Manchester United manager is expected to hold with Cristiano Ronaldo over his future amid several speculations that he may quit the club during the January transfer period. Ten Hag could look for a suitable solution to integrate Cristiano Ronaldo into the first team after he was exiled during the match against Chelsea game.
The 37-year-old Portuguese strike stormed down the Old Trafford tunnel at the 89th minutes and this did not auger well with the Manchester United board and manager. As a punishment, he was left out of the squad and has been reported to train alone.
Having just two starts in ten premier league games, the united boss will likely continue benching the five-time Balloon d’Or winner and a possible chance to be handed a play time during the Europa clash on Thursday as an ultimate chance for the star to redeem himself.
Speaking on the issue after the Chelsea game, Ten hags had affirmed that the suspension was only for that particular game. “I think it[his suspension] is only for this weekend, this match and we will talk and we will see.”