Cristiano Ronaldo snubbed former team-mate Gary Neville ahead of Manchester United’s game against West Ham, MySportDab reports.
The Portuguese susperstar snubbed Neville after the Sky Sports pundit criticised him for leaving the stadium early during the Tottenham match.
Neville claimed that Manchester United are much ‘better without’ Ronaldo in the team and that the Red Devils should get rid of him.
Ronaldo is clearly unhappy with Neville’s comments and made it very clear a few minutes before United’s match on Sunday.
The 37-year-old went over and hugged former team-mate Louis Saha, working for Sky Sports.
Ronaldo spoke to Saha then Jamie Redknapp, and completely snubbed Neville.
The Sky Sports Pundit has previously criticised Ronaldo on numerous occasions.
Speaking before United Vs Chelsea match last week, Neville said: ‘It’s been tough for Erik ten Hag, with the scrutiny on him and the Ronaldo situation.
‘But I don’t think Ronaldo gave him any other option. That’s the second time that he left Old Trafford before his team-mates got into the changing room, and I think that’s unacceptable.’
Gary Neville getting aired by Cristiano Ronaldo… 😳🤣 pic.twitter.com/UpKAmNjw1v
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