Cristiano Ronaldo has now returned to Manchester United’s first-team training after serving his ban from the squad, MySportDab reports.
Ronaldo was banned and relegated from the first-team to train with Manchester United U21 after a fallout with the manager at Old Trafford.
The Portuguese star refused to come on in Manchester United’s 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford and had angrily stormed off the pitch.
It was confirmed that he left the stadium before the match ended, a move which infuriated Erik Ten Hag.
The former Ajax manager “dealt with” Ronaldo the next day at Carrington, banning him from first-team training, slamming a heavy fine, and also axed him from Manchester United’s squad against Chelsea.
This morning, MySportDab earlier reported that the duo were set for talks after the fallout, with Manchester United keen on a truce with the beleaguered strike.
It has now been confirmed that after an extended dialogue between Erik Ten Hag and Cristiano Ronaldo, the five times Ballo d’Or winner has now returned to first-team training with immediate effect.
He was spotted among his teammates training ahead of Manchester United’s first-team ahead of their Europa League game against Sheriff Tiraspol on Thursday.
Erik Ten Hag has reintegrated Ronaldo back into the squad as he reportedly admits that Ronaldo has duly served his punishment.
He has been named in Manchester United’s squad that will face Sheriff Tiraspol on Tuesday.
The likes of Harry Maguire, Van de Beek, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, are also reportedly back in the squad.
Erik Ten Hag is now focusing on the game against Sheriff as the Red Devils look set to complete a double against the Moldovians.