Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag gives 11-word reply on Cristiano Ronaldo’s move on Al Nassr,
Man United incredible Cristiano Ronaldo has joined Saudi Middle Eastern club Al Nassr and Ten Hag was requested his response.
Having waited for a transfer to a Bosses League club, Ronaldo yielded rout in his mission to keep playing significant level football by marking an over long term agreement with Al Nassr, the main club to make a proposal for Ronaldo in the summer.
Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes couldn’t convince Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Napoli or AC Milan to offer for the 37-year-old, who scored three goals in 16 games for United this season.
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Ten Hag trained Ronaldo for leaving right on time subsequent to playing the first-half of a well disposed with Rayo Vallecano at Old Trafford in July and declining to come on in the 2-0 win over Tottenham in October.
Ronaldo got a separation from United by orchestrating an unapproved visit with Talk television where he said he had “no regard” for Ten Hag. United have won every one of the three matches since Ronaldo left the club on November 22.
“I don’t discuss the past, we should discuss the future,” Ten Hag said after the 1-0 win over Wolves. “We made a decent step today.
“We need to win games, it’s whenever we first are in the main four yet it amounts to nothing since there is far to go, many games are coming up, we need to live from one game to another, we need to win each game.
“So collect the three points, get in a position and you can win something this season. That is what we are aiming for but it demands hard work from everyone and, of course, a good plan.”