The Manchester United club management is furious with the position of the team’s star player Cristiano Ronaldo after the friendly match between Rayo Vallecano of Spain.
Ronaldo took part in the friendly against Rayo Vallecano, which ended in a 1-1 draw on Sunday, his first appearance in his team’s pre-season camp.
Cristiano played 45 minutes of the match at Old Trafford and was replaced by his Ivorian counterpart Amadou Diallo, who scored United’s only goal. Peers and coach.
A source from inside Manchester United told British newspaper “The Sun”: “It is not good for Ronaldo to leave the field early, and he is one of the members of the list. It is different than when he was out. List in the first place and watch the match from the stands.”
Recall that the newspaper “The Sun” confirmed that Ronaldo will not be subject to a penalty after leaving the field in his team’s friendly match against Vallecano.
He continued: “You can expect the player who played in the match to be waiting in the coach’s dressing room after the match to hear his thoughts.”
He continued: “There were a lot of fans who came to see him and he didn’t appear at the audience’s farewell at the end of the meeting.”
Ronaldo resisted the instructions of coach Erik ten Hoag, who called him to give some advice during the stoppage of the game, after he spread his arms, saying he did not agree with what he was asking.
Notably, Manchester United management have informed Ronaldo that he is part of Dutch coach Den Haag’s plans, who will work hard to improve the team’s position and return to the Champions League.
Ronaldo, 37, was Manchester United’s top scorer last season with 24 goals in all competitions.
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