Manchester United boss, Eric Ten Hag has finally reacted to Cristiano Ronaldo‘s conduct at the match in which the club played a draw.
Recall that Manchester United forward, Ronaldo had left the Old Trafford shortly after halftime when he was substituted when United played Rayo Vallecano in a match that ended with a draw.
Erik ten Hag has slammed Cristiano Ronaldo for his “unacceptable” behaviour after seeing the striker leave Manchester United’s final pre-season outing against Rayo Vallecano before the final whistle.
The 37-year-old was pictured leaving the stadium before full-time, and it was subsequently reported that he was joined by Diogo Dalot and a number of other players.
Man Utd officials reportedly made it clear that they had no issue with Ronaldo and co heading home early, but Ten Hag has insisted that they did not have his permission.
When quizzed on Ronaldo’s conduct, the Dutchman told Viaplay Sport: “Certainly not, that is unacceptable. For everyone. I told them that it’s unacceptable. That we are a team, a squad, and that you should stay until the end.”