Erik ten Hag said it was “unsuitable” for Cristiano Ronaldo and other Manchester United players to leave Old Trafford before the finish of Sunday’s agreeable against Rayo Vallecano.
Erik ten Hag said it was “unsuitable” for Cristiano Ronaldo and other Manchester United players to leave Old Trafford before the finish of Sunday’s agreeable against Rayo Vallecano. In the wake of taking areas of strength for a to Oslo to confront Atletico Madrid on Saturday, United wrapped up their pre-season arrangements against another Spanish side the next day. Joined drew 1-1 with Rayo at Old Trafford as star man Ronaldo showed up of pre-season, playing the initial 45 minutes.
The 37-year-old missed the pre-season visit through Thailand and Australia because of a family issue, and the wantaway forward was imagined with Diogo Dalot leaving Sunday’s down before full-time.
Ten Hag didn’t address the media after the match however has now communicated his irritation to telecaster Viaplay.
“There were some more (as well as Ronaldo) who returned home,” the United manager said.
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“This is unsuitable for everybody,” he said. “I let them know that it’s unsuitable, that we are a group, a crew and that you ought to remain until the end.”
Ten Hag will assume responsibility for his most memorable serious match as United director on Sunday, when they face Brighton at home in the Premier League.