Man United and Erik ten Hag MUST show Cristiano Ronaldo the exit door, claims Jamie Carragher

Jamie Carragher insists Manchester United should let Cristiano Ronaldo depart on a FREE switch after his ‘damaging and undermining’ behaviour in the direction of boss Erik ten Hag and his team-mates

  • Erik ten Hag ought to axe wantaway Cristiano Ronaldo, believes Jamie Carragher
  • The ex-Liverpool star feels it could ship a powerful message to his United camp
  • Ronaldo’s need to exit the membership has marred Ten Hag’s first summer time in cost
  • Anthony Martial stays an harm doubt forward of Sunday’s conflict with Brighton 

Erik ten Hag ought to implore the Manchester United board to launch Cristiano Ronaldo on a free switch in an effort to ship a message to his gamers, Jamie Carragher has claimed.

The Portuguese wantaway has marred Ten Hag’s first summer time in cost at Old Trafford by publicly in search of a departure, keen to hitch a membership within the Champions League.

Carragher believes that by seizing the chance to axe Ronaldo, Ten Hag would ship a strong message to his Red Devils camp that no participant is extra essential than the Manchester United supervisor.

Erik ten Hag must ask the Man United board to axe Cristiano Ronaldo, claims Jamie Carragher

Erik ten Hag should ask the Man United board to axe Cristiano Ronaldo, claims Jamie Carragher

The former Liverpool star believes it would send a powerful message to his dressing room

The former Liverpool star believes it could ship a strong message to his dressing room

Writing for the Telegraph, the ex-Liverpool star described Ronaldo’s actions as ‘damaging and undermining’, changing the positivity usually introduced in by a contemporary managerial appointment.

He referenced a line from Sir Alex Ferguson’s autobiography, admonishing Ten Hag to be aware of the recommendation provided by the Old Trafford legend – ‘The minute a Manchester United participant thought he was larger than the supervisor, he needed to go.’

By axing Ronaldo, Carragher believes that the 52-year-old coach would stamp his authority on the dressing room, demonstrating {that a} lack of self-discipline or dedication wouldn’t be tolerated beneath his management.

Ten Hag is preparing for his first Premier League match as United face Brighton on Sunday

Ten Hag is making ready for his first Premier League match as United face Brighton on Sunday

Sir Alex Ferguson said that a player 'had to go' if he thought he was bigger than the manager

Sir Alex Ferguson mentioned {that a} participant ‘needed to go’ if he thought he was larger than the supervisor

The ex-England worldwide wrote: ‘[Ten Hag] has been handed a particularly troublesome and undesirable welcoming reward upon arriving from Ajax. 

‘Ronaldo’s presence is a legacy of United’s miscalculation bringing him again 12 months in the past. 

‘I made my reservations recognized on the time. Everything since has confirmed the error.’

Striker Anthony Martial is a major doubt against Brighton after picking up a hamstring concern

Striker Anthony Martial is a serious doubt towards Brighton after selecting up a hamstring concern

Ten Hag begins his first Premier League marketing campaign at residence to Brighton on Sunday, with Anthony Martial a serious doubt following a hamstring situation.

Meanwhile, Jadon Sancho missed the Atletico Madrid pleasant by sickness final weekend however is predicted to return.

The position Ronaldo will play throughout Ten Hag’s debut match at Old  Trafford stays unclear, though a begin appears unlikely as a result of ahead’s lack of minutes in pre-season.

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