Erik Ten Hag Inform Man United Board On Ronaldo Decision [Details]
Erik Ten Hag seems to have come to his conclusion following Cristiano Ronaldo interview, MySportDab reports.
Cristiano Ronaldo recently granted an interview which saw him going off on Manchester United and his manager yesterday.
The Portuguese claimed Erik Ten Hag had no respect for him and he does not shares the same mutual feeling with him despite them working together.
His interview have seen him expose the club deep down also stating a lot of issues which is going on deep down away from the media.
Erik Ten Hag have now decided to take his next step by sending his message across to Manchester United board.
According to reports reaching us from ESPN, they confirm the Manchester United manager have decided to axe Cristiano Ronaldo out of the team permanently.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Erik ten Hag has told Manchester United bosses that Cristiano Ronaldo should not play for the club again, sources have told @RobDawsonESPN.
Erik ten Hag has told Manchester United bosses that Cristiano Ronaldo should not play again for the team as he has already cause enough damages.
Ten Hag was said to have held a meeting with co-chairman Joel Glazer, chief executive Richard Arnold and football director John Murtough on Monday to discuss an interview that was done by Cristiano Ronaldo.
The meeting carried on for a long time with them discussing the fallout from Ronaldo’s explosive interview with Piers Morgan which he had so much negatives to say.
The Netherlands International was said to have delayed a family holiday to make sure he hold a meeting with the club and made his decision known to them after the interview.
Erik Ten Hag is expected to get the backing of the club who are also weighing their options and also punishment which is expected to come anytime soon after they confirm they are aware of the situation.