Cristiano Launches Attack On Boss Ten Hag 

Cristiano Ronaldo has launched an unprecedented attack against Manchester United and Erik ten Hag’s tenure. 

Ronaldo stated that he had no respect for Ten Hag and feels “betrayed” by the Dutchman, accusing Ten Hag and United management of attempting to force him out of the club. 

‘I don’t have respect for him because he doesn’t show respect for me,’ said Ronaldo.

‘Some people, they don’t want me here – not only the coach but the other two or three guys. Not only this year but last year too.

‘Honestly, I shouldn’t say that. But listen, I don’t care. People should listen to the truth. Yes, I feel betrayed.’ 

Ronaldo was ill on Sunday, which prevented him from playing in United’s final match before the World Cup. Ten Hag, however, will be incensed that the 37-year-remarks old’s will overshadow the 2-1 victory at Fulham and Alejandro Garnacho’s injury-time goal.

The United boss thought he had settled his differences with Ronaldo after the player was dropped and fined for refusing to come on as a substitute against Tottenham last month and then leaving before the game had finished.