exclusive to the Sun: no one in the dressing room is willing to support Cristiano Ronaldo, and Teng Hag hopes he can leave the team directly.

Oct. 21-according to an exclusive report by Sun Manchester reporter Neil Custis (a veteran team in the Ferguson era, Winter window exclusive Cristiano Ronaldo wants to go, T2-T2.5), the angry Teng Harge excluded Cristiano Ronaldo from the list and wanted him to leave Manchester United directly.
The Manchester United legend refused to come off the bench at the last minute in Wednesday’s 2-0 win over Tottenham, almost certainly his last game at Manchester United.
(FURIOUS Erik ten Hag wants Cristiano Ronaldo out of Manchester United after sensationally axing him from his squad.
The United legend has almost certainly played his last game for the club after he REFUSED to come on as a late substitute in Wednesday’s 2-0 win over Spurs.)
Teng Hag’s severe penalties for Ronaldo include:
He was excluded from the squad against Chelsea and was excluded from first-team training until the next game and was fined 720000 pounds, equivalent to about two weeks’ salary.
Cristiano Ronaldo issued a statement last night but did not apologize for his actions. Teng Hag received the full support of the club’s senior management and dealt with the matter immediately when Cristiano Ronaldo arrived at Carrington for training yesterday.
The Dutchman now wants to either terminate his contract with Cristiano Ronaldo or the Portuguese will be purged directly in the January transfer window.
(The Dutchman now wants either the player’s contract, that runs to the end of the season, ripped up or for the Portuguese to be dumped in the January transfer window.)
The Sun can also reveal that Cristiano Ronaldo has lost the support of his few remaining allies in the Red Devils camp, and several players have been unhappy with his desire to leave the club at the start of the season. Although Cristiano Ronaldo has been happier recently, his performance against Tottenham was the last straw.
(Recently he had seemed happier but his Spurs strop was the final straw for the few team-mates who had continued to back him.)