Ronaldo was excluded from Manchester United’s collective run over the past days by a decision from Ten Hag, but returned to regularize yesterday.
Evidence of Eric Ten Hag’s satisfaction continues; Manchester United’s English manager, on Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo; The team’s star, after their feud last week.
The Red Devils are set to face Cherif Tiraspol of Macedonia tomorrow, Thursday, in the fifth round of the Europa League group stage.
On Tuesday, after spending the past days practicing alone, Dawn took part in the English team’s training by decision of the Dutch head coach.
During Wednesday’s press conference ahead of the European clash, Tin Haag confirmed that Ronaldo would be on the team’s list, which will take part in the match, to confirm in practice the end of the recent crisis between him and the player.
Manchester United sit second in the Europa League Group E table, with nine points, to come behind Spain’s Real Sociedad; He held a 12-point lead, while Sherif is third with three points, and Omonia Nicosia finally has no point.
The latest dispute between Ronaldo and his manager erupted during the Spurs clash, within the 12th round of the Premier League, which took place on 19 October, as the player refused to enter a substitute, leaving the bench before the end of the match
Following his action, it was decided that he would be excluded from the team’s team exercises over the past days and, by extension, be absent from Chelsea’s last encounter, before holding a reconciliation session with his coach yesterday, and would be regularized.
The Portuguese star has made only 12 appearances in the current season in various tournaments, of which only five have played 90 full minutes.