Ten Hag, conflict with Ronaldo for the exit from the pleasant Manchester United: ‘Unacceptable’

Coach Erik ten Hag referred to as Cristiano Ronaldo’s resolution to depart Outdated Trafford throughout Manchester United’s 1-1 draw in opposition to Rayo Vallecano “unacceptable”.

Ronaldo began the sport however was substituted at half-time. He was photographed leaving the stadium earlier than the total time whistle blows.

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Diogo Dalot was additionally photographed leaving on the identical time, though he was not on the match squad after taking part in in opposition to Atletico Madrid in Oslo 24 hours earlier.

Talking on a media day in Carrington on Tuesday, Ten Hag was requested if the gamers have been leaving early.

“It’s unacceptable to everybody,” he instructed Viaplay Sport Netherlands. “I am telling them it is unacceptable. We’re a crew. A crew. Till the top we’re collectively.”

Sources instructed ESPN that Ten Hag requested your complete crew, together with those that performed in opposition to Atletico, to eat collectively earlier than the match in opposition to Rayo. The crew chosen to play in Oslo was additionally instructed to observe the sport within the stadium, within the managers’ field or from their hospitality suites.

Ronaldo’s early exit comes amid doubts about his future at Outdated Trafford.

Sources instructed ESPN that Ronaldo needs to depart this summer season to proceed taking part in within the Champions League.

United, nevertheless, are but to obtain a suggestion and golf equipment like Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid have distanced themselves from a transfer.

Ronaldo, 37, skipped the preseason summer season tour to Thailand and Australia to handle a household downside, however returned to coaching final week.

United kicked off the Premier League season on Sunday with a house sport in opposition to Brighton.

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