United players had to be separated after the line and CR7 hints at his future

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Manchester United caretaker manager Ralf Rangnick.

Manchester United caretaker manager Ralf Rangnick.

The atmosphere is to die for in the United locker room and this Friday’s training even ended early after a confrontation between two players. Ronaldo has already commented on the choice of Erik ten Hag as manager of the club.

It hasn’t been an easy season for Manchester United. The club will end the season without any trophies and outside the places of access to the Champions League, now fighting for qualification for the Europa League.

The performances leave something to be desired and the results too, the club having conceded more than 4 goals in a match six times this season against Leicester, Watford, Manchester City, Brighton and twice against Liverpool.

The poor results could also be the result of the disharmony in the dressing room, with news and split leaks over whether Ronaldo should be captain instead of Maguire, dissatisfaction with the lack of playing time and players who can’t understand.

Club legend Paul Scholes further claimed that Jesse Lingard told him that the the environment is a “shame” and there are also alleged disputes between the team and interim coach Ralf Rangnick, with the players complaining about training methods and schedules that have forced them to return home in the evenings.

The tension culminated this Friday with a physical clash between two players, who had to be separated by colleagues. The disagreement led to practice ending early, reports The Sun, who further than the rest of the squad were surprised by what happened.

Rangnick is also so frustrated with the situation that he even gave the players days off before the final game of the season against Crystal Palace.

Ronaldo Excited About Ten Hag

Faced with the complicated situation of the club and the revolution that the workforce needs, the The sequel to Cristiano Ronaldo has been questioned, mainly due to United’s absence from the Champions League next season.

The Portuguese ace has broken his silence for the first time since it was announced that Dutchman Erik ten Hag will assume permanent command of the team and hinted that he should continue to wear the team shirt. red devils next season by being satisfied with the choice.

“What I know of him is that did a fantastic job with Ajax, who is an experienced trainer, but you have to give him time. Things must change as he wishes, ”began CR7.

The player adds that he “wishes the best” to the club’s new manager, who this week said goodbye to Ajax after winning the Dutch Third League with the club.

“Have been happy and excited, not only as players, but also as fans. I wish him the best and I want to believe that next year we will win trophies,” he concludes.

Adriana Peixoto, ZAP //

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