Manchester United confirmed in a statement on Thursday that Cristiano Ronaldo, who left the game early against Tottenham, will be ruled out for the weekend game against Chelsea.
“Cristiano Ronaldo will not be in the squad for Manchester United’s match against Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday and the rest of the squad is currently focused on preparing for the upcoming game,” Manchester United said in a statement.
Manchester United beat Tottenham 2-0 at home in midweek, Ronaldo, who failed to get a chance to play, left the bench in the 89th minute and walked straight into the player tunnel. After the game, media reports said that Ronaldo blatantly ignored the coach’s instructions to come on the bench during the game, forcing Ten Hag to replace Sancho with Elanga. The Portuguese did not stop in the locker room after leaving the game to celebrate the victory with his teammates but left the arena directly.
Manchester United boss Ten Hag said he “will deal with this tomorrow”. The next day, Manchester United made it public that Ronaldo was suspended.
Cristiano Ronaldo was also suspended for 3 days by the club, and the player is currently training alone. Although the news has not been officially confirmed, there are Manchester United correspondents including Samuel Luckhurst, James Darkwell, Laurie Whitwell, Rob Dawson, and David MacDonald. Endorsements to be recognized.
All Manchester United and team reporters said that the disciplinary action against Ronaldo’s suspension and training was issued by Ten Hag, who received the full support of Manchester United’s management.
About two hours after Manchester United announced the decision to punish Ronaldo, the parties just responded via social media: “As I have done in my career, I try to respect my colleagues, my opponents, and my coaches in life and in games. . That hasn’t changed, I’ve never changed. I’ve been the same person, the same professional player for the last 20 years of top football. Respect has always played a big role in my decision-making process effect.”
“I was very young when I started and all the older and experienced players set a very important example for me. So then I also tried to set the stage for the growth of young people in all the teams I played for. Role model. Unfortunately, I’m not always able to do that, and sometimes we lose the best of us on a whim.”
“Right now, I just think I have to keep going at Carrington, support my teammates and be ready for any game. It’s not an option for me to succumb to pressure, it never was. This is Manchester United and we have to come together. We will soon be able to fight side by side again.”