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    Ten Hag and Ronaldo fix their issues

    Football   |   November 6, 2022

     

    It is an open secret that things are not going well in the Manchester United dressing room.

    Ronaldo’s tantrums on and off the pitch have been in the news in recent weeks, and the club’s performance seems to be better when the Portuguese do not play.

    The Red Devils board has insisted on keeping Ronaldo in their ranks, and they want the player to be a fundamental piece of the team once again.

    In an effort to settle their differences, coach Erik Ten Hag and Cristiano Ronaldo have sat down to talk.

    “We’ve talked about everything we needed to talk about. He’s been away for a game, and now he’s back. You do not need to ask us more questions because we will not answer them. Everything is explained, and we have to focus on tomorrow’s game,” Ten Hag said at the Europa League press conference.

    Ronaldo was punished for his behavior after the game against Tottenham, and it was not known when he would be called up for the first team again.

    After Man U announced Ronaldo’s punishment in a press release, the player posted an apology on his social networks and showed his regret for what happened.

    Although the club is seen to be doing everything possible for its star to stay at Old Trafford, rumors suggest that the player may seek a departure from the club in January, and his tantrums and bad attitude may just be to give the club an excuse to let him out.

     

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