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Erik ten Hag not concerned about Cristiano Ronaldo absence

Erik ten Hag is not concerned about Ronaldo’s Absence as he is focusing on the players that are readily available.

The new Manchester United coach is more concerned with new signings and strengthening his squad and is not at all worried about Cristiano Ronaldo. During an interview ten Hag said:

“We need more options, we have to strengthen the squad even more, we’re looking around but we also need the right players”.

“Concerns regarding Ronaldo not back? Of course, but concerning is maybe not the right word”.

Instead of worrying about Cristiano Ronaldo, Erik ten Hag is paying more attention to other players for example Anthony Martial… Reports suggest that… Erik ten Hag and the Manchester United board want to keep Anthony Martial at the club this summer. The decision has been made internally and also communicated to the player. There are two clubs that are keen on signing him on loan, but Man United has no intention to let him go.

Anthony Martial
Anthony Martial

Anthony Martial has been in terrific form in the pre-season tour, he is simply a man transformed and it seems the coach has a lot to contribute this coming season. His passing has been superb and he is goal hungry so why worry about Cristiano Ronaldo?

In Other News – No one wants to sign Cristiano Ronaldo

Chelsea doesn’t want him, PSG are not interested and now Bayern Munich have confirmed that they are not interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo.

Jorge Mendes has been all the place trying to link Ronaldo to top clubs but it seems no one is interested as of now… Reports from a few days ago said Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is not keen on signing Cristiano Ronaldo, as things stand as they are focusing on a different route…

Fabrizio Romano shared that – Jorge Mendes had talks with Todd Boehly on the potential Cristiano deal but the final decision has always been up to the manager. Chelsea are focused on different deals, as they want to sign one or two more centre-backs after Koulibaly. Read More

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