Follow MySportDab On Instagram Now HERE
Join MySportDab WhatsApp GroupHERE
Follow MySportDab On Twitter HERE
Follow US

Erik Ten Hag Changes Decision On Cristiano Ronaldo Exit Plans (Details)

Erik ten Hag has now changed his mind about Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Manchester United, MySportDab reports. 

The Dutchman is now ready to let the Portuguese star to leave.

Ronaldo’s future at Old Trafford has been uncertain for time as he wants to play in the Champions League.

However, Ten Hag, new Man United Coach, was keen to make Cristiano Ronaldo stay at the club this season.

He once that Cristiano Ronaldo was part of his plans for this season.

Now, According The Athletic, Ten Hag has now changed his mind and will let Cristiano Ronaldo leave without any problems.

The Athletic claim that integrating Ronaldo back into the squad is one the reasons after his missed the pre-season tour.

Reports claim that since returning to Old Trafford, some days Ronaldo would sit by himself during lunch at the canteen.

Others claim that he was reportedly complained in training about the high-pressing approach implemented by Ten Hag.

On Saturday, Ronaldo failed to listen to Ten Hag’s No 2 Steve McClaren after the Brentford lose to applaud United’s travelling fans.

People at Manchester United believe that his mood is having a negative effect on the squad.

However, United have denied reports that they would be ready to terminate Ronaldo’s contract.

MySportDab understands that the Red Devils will only sell the Portugal international if they can sign a replacement.

Options for Ronaldo to leave are very few and many clubs have rejected the chance to sign him.

United tried to sign former West Ham and Stoke forward Marko Arnautovic last week, but pulled out after heavy fans backlash.

The Red Devils were also linked with RB Salzburg star Benjamin Sesko but RB Leipzig have already reached an agreement to sign the player.

More to follow….

Share Now:

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button