Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag appears to have decided on the future of star player Cristiano Ronaldo at the Old Trafford, with him apparently telling the club's top executives to get rid of the Portuguese superstar following the snippets of his latest explosive interview with reporter Piers Morgan where he attacked the management of the club.
According to ESPN Journalist Rob Dawson, Ten Hag has urged Joel Glazer and John Murtough to open the departure door for the five-time Ballon d'Or winner since he no longer wants him to play for the Red Devils.
Ronaldo, 37, revealed his shattered relationship with the Dutch strategist in a shocking interview admitting he had no respect for the former Ajax head coach.
Meanwhile, a number of clubs are already being connected with a January transfer move for the Red Devils star, with Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, and Newcastle United all making headlines as prospective destinations.
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