A new report from the newspaper “The Times” revealed details of the great dispute between Ronaldo and his coach at Manchester United Eric Ten Hag, noting that the dispute had reached a “boiling” stage.
Ronaldo faced many difficulties this season, and became “marginalized” in Manchester United, because Dutch coach Eric Ten Hag did not rely on him, and was satisfied with his participation in the Europa League.
Now, many newspapers indicate that Ronaldo will try to move to a new club in January, after the end of his season with the “Red Devils”.
In a new report, the newspaper “The Times” confirmed that Ronaldo “has now run out of patience” with Tin Hag after finding himself in a marginal role this season.
According to the report, Ronaldo is “often at odds” with the former Ajax Amsterdam coach.
Sources claim that Ronaldo is “complaining about the nature and quality of the training sessions” and believes that “United would be better off playing in a different way.”
The report added: “Ronaldo is said to regard Ten Hag as stubborn and needlessly clinging” to the tactics he used as Ajax coach.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner is “preparing himself to move to a new club” once he returns from the 2022 World Cup in Qatar this winter, the report said.
The report added: “On a personal level, Tin Hag would be happy to get rid of the problem of sharing the dressing room with a player who publicly opposes his methods.”
However, it remains to be seen if Manchester United will allow Ronaldo to leave Old Trafford 6 months before the end of his contract.