After an explosive interview a few days ago, Cristiano Ronaldo has remained the talk of most football media hoses lately. Slamming Manchester United as well as its senior figures including the manager, Erik Ten-Hag attracted a lot of attention as well as reactions from the football fraternity.
The player said that the club had betrayed him while he was battling with family issues with some key figures at Old Trafford not understanding him. He also revealed he does not respect the manager because the Dutch tactician does not respect him either.
The club has already made its statement saying that it will make a decision once all the facts have been established. Many have been waiting for Eric Ten-Hag's reaction following Ronaldo's interview. The wait is finally over as the Manchester United boss has finally spoken.
According to the latest reports, the manager does not want Cristiano Ronaldo to play for the club ever again. This has come as a huge blow for the Portuguese striker who is yet to find a new club to play for.
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