Erik Ten Hag has told Manchester United bosses that Cristiano Ronaldo should never play for them again after his bombshell interview with Piers Morgan.
Among a number of explosive claims thrown against his current employers, Cristiano Ronaldo said he felt betrayed by Manchester United and does not respect his manager,Erik Ten Hag.
According to a report by ESPN,Erik Ten Hag has delayed his family holiday in the fallout from Ronaldo’s bombshell interview and has demanded that the 37-year-old never play for the club again.
Erik Ten Hag feels Cristiano Ronaldo has gone too far in his criticism of the club and against himself and held a meeting with co-chairman Joel Glazer, chief executive Richard Arnold and football director John Murtough to express his views on Monday.
The online sports portal also reported that a number of Manchester United players are furious at the timing of Cristiano Ronaldo’s outburst which first came to light on Sunday, feeling it took away from their victory just hours earlier.
Manchester United secured a dramatic victory over Fulham in which teenager Alejandro Garnacho stole the headlines with his stoppage-time winner.
Ten Hag however is not willing to sacrifice unity within the squad by keeping the Portuguese international.