Cristiano Ronaldo seems to have now created a great tension between him and a section of Manchester United teammates following his decision to expose the club on their zero progress since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson and even going as further to announce his disrespect for head coach, Erik ten Hag.
With the bombshell, the 37 year old might have all but tarnished his relationship with the United stars and this was evident when he came across his national counterpart and the Red Devils vice captain, Bruno Fernandes at the Portugal training camp ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
In a CNN shared footage of Fernandes entering the Portugal dressing room before bumping into Ronaldo, who was already getting changed, the 27 year old can be seen putting his hand on Ronaldo's arm, with the five-time Ballon d'Or winner extending his other for a handshake.
The midfielder then shakes Ronaldo's hand very briefly before making his way to the opposite side of the room with the star striker's surprise look exposing the hidden tension. check video below;
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