The only thing the club and Cristiano Ronaldo can do is meet up sometime in the upcoming week to break things up. Gary Neville said; Erik ten Hag benched Ronaldo for their trip to Chelsea after he refused to join as a late substitution against Tottenham and left early.
Over their opinions on whether Ronaldo should leave Manchester United, Roy Keane and Gary Neville got into a fight. While Keane believes the forward can still contribute to the team, Neville believes the circumstances surrounding the Portuguese player need to be resolved. Cristiano Ronaldo’s association with Manchester United should end soon, according to Gary Neville, but Roy Keane believes that the striker is not a bluffer and that other players have committed bigger offenses.
After refusing to enter as a late substitution against Tottenham and leaving early during Wednesday’s triumph, Ronaldo was benched by Erik ten Hag for their 1-1 draw against Chelsea. Ronaldo had previously walked out before halftime of a preseason friendly against Rayo Vallecano. Terminate it this week if possible, or arrange a cease-fire till after the World Cup. Neville stated that this has to end.
There aren’t many Manchester United supporters who would now start Ronaldo in their starting eleven, Neville said during a contentious conversation with former United captain Roy Keane on Sky Sports. They perform better without him, scoring more goals and picking up more victories. Without him, Manchester United is a superior team.
Although Sky Sports analyst Neville thinks Ronaldo, 37, should leave the club, Ten Hag said he does not anticipate him leaving during the January transfer window and that he counts on him for the remainder of the season. Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly declined to enter the game as a substitute against Tottenham, according to Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag. Erik ten Hag had no other choice for me. Ronaldo left Old Trafford before his teammates entered the locker room for the second time in a row.
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