What did Cristiano Ronaldo say on Piers Morgan about United and Ten Hag?
The Manchester United star has had enough with his team and coach Erik Ten Hag. A move this January is expected.
Cristiano Ronaldo explodes and speaks out in an interview with Piers Morgan. The famous Portugal star has had enough of his present club and coach, Erik ten Hag, and has resorted to harsh criticism. Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to sign with a new club soon.
According to an article written by Piers Morgan and published in The Sun, Cristiano Ronaldo has decided to come clean about the end of his relationship with Erik Ten Hag and the hopelessness of his situation at Manchester United.
As for the three coaches he has had in his second stage, he highlights having “respect” for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. On Ralf Rangnick, he points out in The Sun that he “isn’t even a coach”. “How are you going to be the boss of Manchester United? I hadn’t even heard of him,” he adds.
Thirdly, he talks about the current coach: “I don’t respect him because he doesn’t respect me. If you don’t have respect for me, I’ll never have respect for you.”
Despite having a contract that wouldn’t expire until June of next year, all signs led to Cristiano Ronaldo departing Old Trafford in the summer. However, after making these remarks, he may have to say goodbye sooner than he had planned.
Manchester United eye Ronaldo replacement
There are some potential replacements for the Portuguese star at Manchester United. Center forward for Juventus Dusan Vlahovic is the favorite, but this is unlikely due to him having been signed just last year by the Turin club.