Erik Ten Hag and Manchester United players terribly disappointed with Cristiano Ronaldo interview


According to Sky Sports News regular Erik ten Hag, Cristiano Ronaldo’s explosive interview with Piers Morgan has left Erik ten Hag and the Manchester United team very disappointed. Solekhol, Kavé

Following Cristiano Ronaldo’s emphatic interview with Piers Morgan, Erik ten Hag and the Manchester United players are said to be “extremely disappointed”.

Ronaldo met with Morgan to discuss a variety of topics, including his treatment by Manchester United. The 37-year-old said he feels “betrayed” by the club and that he has “no respect” for Ten Hag.

The outburst was criticized by the club’s fans, who accused Ronaldo of “ruining his legacy”. And now it has emerged that the club’s players are not particularly impressed with the Portuguese international’s actions either.

According to Sky Sports News favorite Kaveh Solekhol, Ten Hag and his team were “extremely disappointed with the manner and timing of Cristiano Ronaldo’s interview”.

Excerpts from the interview surfaced on social media as the club prepared to fly back from London after their dramatic late victory over Fulham on Sunday night.

Ronaldo was not involved in the victory as he reportedly retired due to illness. Asked on Friday if Ronaldo would be available for the Fulham clash, Ten Hag said: “I can’t guarantee that now and I was sick for the Aston Villa game. He can recover from that. It is not a serious illness that takes days or weeks.”

However, Solekhol has since disputed that explanation, claiming that Ronaldo was told on Thursday that he would not be in the starting eleven against Fulham, even though he was in the squad.

Ronaldo later told the club that he was ill. In the likely event that the former Juventus and Real Madrid man does not play for United again, having burned his bridges during the interview with Morgan, a 3-1 loss to Aston Villa appears to be his last. party for the club.

Everyone is now focused on Ronaldo and Manchester United’s next moves before the Premier League season resumes on Boxing Day after the World Cup in Qatar. Ronaldo will, of course, play for Portugal in Group H, along with Ghana, Uruguay and South Korea.


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