Manchester United could consider possibly terminating the contract of their striker Cristiano Ronaldo unless they see a change in his attitude. according to multiple reports.
The club is said to have concerns about Cristiano Ronaldo’s behaviour after their loss to Brentford on Saturday and may consider terminating his deal.
The 37-year-old striker stormed off the pitch after United lost 4-0 to Brentford. He refused to shake Erik ten Hag’s hand after the game.
In addition, the Portuguese slammed David De Gea for his two errors that allowed the Bees to score a 2-0 victory.
Cristiano Ronaldo gestured his frustration towards the Spanish goalkeeper by waving his arms.
The Portugal international did not applaud the travelling fans after the game ended and exchanged what seemed to be curt words with coach Steve McClaren before leaving.
But Ten Hag claimed Ronaldo is still very much part of his plans and has not asked to leave.
Ahead of the Brentford match the United boss said: “I deal with the players we have and we plan with him for this season and we are happy with him and we have to fit him into the team.
“So he has to come at the right fitness levels so that he can do the job that we expect him to do. “We plan with him so we also plan around him.”