Coach Ten Hag no longer wants Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo and United coach Erik ten Hag (right) don’t have much to say to each other anymore.Image: keystone

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The first excerpts from Cristiano Ronaldo’s interview with Piers Morgan were published by TalkTV on Sunday and Monday. In which Cristiano Ronaldo shot against his club Manchester United and especially against his coach Erik ten Hag.

“I don’t respect him because he doesn’t respect me,” the Portuguese said of the Dutch coach. Now that could have drastic consequences. According to ESPN, Ten Hag told Manchester United officials that Ronaldo should no longer play for the club. Accordingly, the 52-year-old met with co-owner Joel Glazer, general manager Richard Arnold and sporting director John Murtough on Monday. The Hag believes Ronaldo has gone too far with his criticism of the club and him.

“The Glazers don’t care about the club.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Change seems inevitable. Ronaldo reportedly wanted to leave the club in the summer. But he also told Morgan that he felt that ten Hags and some other officials wanted to force him out of the club.

In the new clips, Ronaldo can also be heard talking about the Glazer family who own it: “They don’t care about the club – at least when it comes to sport.” Of course there would be financial benefits for the Americans, but they wouldn’t really care about the club. When Morgan asked if he had ever spoken to the Glazers, the 37-year-old replied, “Never.” And this despite the fact that Ronaldo played in Manchester from 2003 to 2009 and from 2021.

His criticism should be well received by “Red Devils” fans. They have long demanded that the family of the owners withdraw from their club. Ronaldo supports her: “The fans are always right.” Manchester United have so far only responded with a brief statement that the club will wait until all the facts are known. (No)

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