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Cristiano Ronaldo Left At Half-time After Being Substituted Vs Rayo (Photos)

Cristiano Ronaldo Left Manchester United’s friendly match against Rayo Vallecano at half-time, MySportDab reports. 

This has now made some fans angry as they don’t understand why he left early.

The Portuguese played 45 minutes of Sunday’s match against Rayo Vallecano but was immediately substituted player by Coach Erik ten Hag at half time.

After that, Ronaldo left Old Trafford and went home which has added more rumours about his future at the club.

This comes after he told Manchester United of his desire to leave some weeks ago.

On his return to Old Trafford yesterday, Ronaldo received a fantastic reception from United fans in attendance.

Ten Hag refused to speak about him leaving early after the match as the club had already decided against a post-match press conference.

Also, Manchester United refused to comment if Ronaldo had permission to leave at half-time of a match.

A fan at Old Trafford posted two pictures of Ronaldo leaving on Twitter and wrote ‘The king is gone’ alongside a crying emoji.

Another fan wrote: ‘This might be the last time we’ll see him in at Old Trafford.’

However, not all Manchester United were sad about him leaving early.

An angry fan wrote: ‘The disrespect from Ronaldo is now far beyond what Pogba did.’

However, after the match, Ronaldo came on social media and sent a message to everyone.

The Portuguese is still keen to play Champions League football next season and nothing is confirmed yet on his future.

Ronaldo returned into United’s Carrington training ground with his agent Jorge Mendes earlier this week.

He met with the new United boss and the club’s hierarchy over his future, but nothing improved.

However, MySportDab sources understands that Ronaldo and some other players were allowed to leave early to avoid traffic on the roads near Old Trafford.

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