MANCHESTER UNITED bosses will meet with Erik ten Hag today to decide on Cristiano Ronaldo’s punishment following his bombshell Piers Morgan interview, according to reports.
The Red Devils forward, 37, went public with his grievances against the club, the manager, Ralf Rangnick and even Wayne Rooney in a scathing and honest conversation.
It seems unlikely Ronaldo’s future remains at Old Trafford after he said he felt betrayed by United and was made to feel like he was blamed for everything going wrong at the club.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner also confirmed that Sir Alex Ferguson convinced him to snub rivals Manchester City to rejoin United.
But the 37-year-old reckons the club has not progressed since the legendary boss’ retirement nine years ago – then added he does not respect current gaffer Erik ten Hag in a major claim.
Now The Telegraph have reported Old Trafford chiefs will sit down with Ten Hag for emergency talks regarding the latest situation.
And they will try and work out what action needs to be taken against the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, who was suspended for refusing to come on against Tottenham last month.
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