Not Just Ronaldo, Two other Manchester United players going to see Ronaldo Punishment by January Transfer

Man United officials have called an emergency meeting with Erik ten Hag to discuss Ronaldo's punishment.

Erik ten Hag will meet with Manchester United’s executives to discuss Cristiano Ronaldo.

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According to rumors, Manchester United executives have summoned an emergency meeting with head coach Erik ten Hag to discuss punishment for Cristiano Ronaldo following the superstar’s shocking statement on Sunday evening. The Portuguese attacker delivered a harsh assault on Ten Hag, alleging he does not respect the head coach, and the 37-year-old may find himself in hot water as a result of the illegal interview.

The Portuguese superstar has shocked his employers by criticizing head coach Erik ten Hag, the Glazer family, and previous players such as Wayne Rooney.

Ronaldo also chastised the club for showing little concern for his young daughter’s health, criticized the club’s facilities, and said the club had made no progress since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement.

And the club is planning to take action by deciding how to deal with Ronaldo, with a meeting scheduled between United’s senior management and Ten Hag to discuss the best course of action.

According to the Telegraph, negotiations will take place between chief executive Richard Arnold, football director John Murtough, and Ten Hag as the three seek the best approach to Ronaldo’s current public outburst, with co-chairman and owner Joel Glazer kept aware of their decision.

Ronaldo risks ruining his reputation at Manchester United after statements he made during a shocking interview with Piers Morgan surfaced on Sunday evening, in which he accused Ten Hag of “betraying” him by attempting to drive him out of the club.

His antics are claimed to have infuriated his teammates, who have been left ‘hugely disappointed’ by his choice to go public in his war of words with the club just months after attempting to negotiate a transfer away.

It is unknown how United intends to penalize Ronaldo, but the striker, who earns £500,000 per week, can be fined up to two weeks’ earnings if the club believes his statements violated the club’s code of conduct.

According to the article, Ronaldo’s relationship with the club was already at an all-time low, with one person suggesting that if he left, “not a tear would be shed.”

Ronaldo is expected to leave the club in January if his contract is terminated, with rumored interest from the United States and the Middle East.

The striker has expressed a desire to continue playing at the greatest level in Europe, but a lack of interest from Champions League clubs has thwarted his hopes to move in the summer. A return to boyhood club Sporting Lisbon could be on the cards if he accepts a significant wage cut, but he may have to pay a big fine first.

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