Man Utd players expect Ronaldo to leave after World Cup
When the Premier League resumes, the Manchester United players do not anticipate Cristiano Ronaldo being a member of the team, according to ESPN.
Following his shocking interview with Piers Morgan, club executives at Old Trafford have been debating the 37-year-old's future.
On Monday, a meeting was held with co-chairman Joel Glazer, football director John Murtough, chief executive Richard Arnold, and manager Erik ten Hag.
The Red Devils have also sought legal advice about how to best solve the issue.
Ten Hag believes he cannot work with Ronaldo again after the forward said that he “doesn’t respect” the former Ajax boss.
And the Dutchman has communicated that view to the Glazers, Arnold, and Murtough.
The majority of the squad now believes there is no way back for the Portugal captain, who is preparing to play in his fifth World Cup in Qatar.
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