Erik ten Hag says it’s unfair that the ‘highlight’ is on Cristiano Ronaldo for leaving Man United’s pleasant in opposition to Rayo Vallecano early… however admits he’s not sure whether or not the ahead will play in opposition to Brighton this weekend
- A number of gamers left Previous Trafford early throughout Manchester United’s pleasant
- Erik ten Hag stated it was ‘unacceptable’, which was seen as a swipe at Ronaldo
- However the Dutchman says that the ahead shouldn’t be singled out for criticism
- Ronaldo may function on Sunday in opposition to Brighton as Anthony Martial is out
Erik ten Hag is planning to have Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United this season and says it is unfair the Portugal star was singled out for criticism for leaving final Sunday’s pleasant in opposition to Rayo Vallecano early.
Ten Hag stated in an interview with Dutch tv this week that it was ‘unacceptable’ for gamers to go house earlier than the top of a sport.
That was broadly seen as a swipe at Ronaldo, who was pictured leaving Previous Trafford 10 minutes from full-time after enjoying the primary half.
Cristiano Ronaldo arrives at Manchester United’s coaching floor on Friday morning
The ahead appeared to go away the pleasant with Rayo Vallecano at Previous Trafford early
Nevertheless, Ten Hag insists that his feedback had been aimed toward all of the gamers who left, saying: ‘Now I’ve to level out, those that left … they had been many gamers who left however the highlight is on Cristiano, that’s not proper.
‘So do your analysis and make out many gamers left, that was what was stated. I do not perceive what’s the relation, he was a part of it. There have been a number of gamers.’
Requested if he has spoken to the gamers about what he expects from them in future, Ten Hag added: ‘I believe we have stated sufficient on it. I stated it isn’t appropriate. You point out it, you appropriate them, then transfer on.’
The Rayo sport was Ronaldo’s first look of pre-season after lacking the membership’s tour of Australia and Thailand for private causes.
Erik ten Hag says the highlight shouldn’t be on Ronaldo alone for leaving earlier than full-time
Ten Hag praised the pre-season work of his gamers in his press convention on Friday afternoon
Anthony Martial is unavailable for the conflict with the Seagulls as a consequence of a minor hamstring difficulty
The 37-year-old has requested to go away Previous Trafford, however Ten Hag insists that he sees the participant staying this season.
‘I am glad with the entire group, we’re working good, we’ve got a high striker. I am actually pleased he is right here with the squad and we keep on with the plan.’
Ten Hag should determine whether or not to throw Ronaldo straight into motion rather than the injured Anthony Martial in opposition to Brighton on Sunday regardless of his lack of match motion. ‘We’ll see Sunday. I believe we could have options to type it out,’ he stated.