Just before a few days to the world cup, Cristiano Ronaldo broke his silence about his current situation at Manchester United. Cristiano Ronaldo talked about Erik Ten Hag saying that he does not respect the coach of the team, and says that he tried to force the striker out last summer.
In a recent 90minutes long interview with the Pierce Morgan, the famous football broadcaster, Ronaldo criticized the current situation of Manchester United, Ten Hag, he did not even left Ralf Ragnick, the interim coach of the Red devils last season.
The thirty-seven years old one of the greats of the game has been suspended from the team by Ten Hag after he refused to come on as a sub on the Tottenham match where the red devils recorded a two to nil victory in October.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been also missing Man United’s last two games showing the reason of illness even though Erik Ten Hag insisted the Portugal superstar’s availability on the first eleven against Fullham match. The same Fulham match that the red devils won 2-1 thanks to Garnacho’s goal at the injury time.
Cristiano Ronaldo Did An Interview About His Current Situation:
Cristiano Ronaldo made it evidently clear through the pierce Morgan uncensored interview that his relationship with his current coach is not very good. He said that he has zero respect for Erik Ten Hag, as the coach does not respect Cristiano Ronaldo.
In the last summer, wgile the team was doing pre-season training, Cristiano Ronaldo and his agents were aggressively seeking a transfer that would take him out from Old Trafford. However, the Portugal star claims that it was Manchester United and Ten Hag who persuaded him to go. He said that Manchester United wanted to push him out.