It DECLARED FROM THE PRE-SEASON 'NETWORK'
Ten Hag makes it clear that United are not negotiating for Cristiano Ronaldo
Published:11/07/2022 - 15:11h
Updated:11/07/2022 - 15:11h
Cristiano Ronaldo did not travel with the United to his turns by Asia that began this past weekend. The English have awarded more time of permission to his forward crashes by "familiar subjects", but deny to give off of him
Erik Have Hag gave his first press conference of pre-season like trainer of the Manchester United. The Dutch technician no esquivó the subjects of actuality that surround to the ones of Old Trafford and tackled the possible exit of Cristiano Ronaldo, in addition to the operations that involve to Frenkie of Jong and Eriksen.
On the rumours of course of the Portuguese, Have Hag was conclusive, closing the door to his exit: "Cristiano Ronaldo does not be up for sale, is in our plans, is not with us by personal questions. We are scheduling the season with Cristiano Ronaldo in our team, this is everything". The technician affirmed that had conversations with the forward on this subject: "I Spoke with him before it went out this subject. Had a good conversation with him. It has not said me that it want to go ".
Also it was on the table the name of Eriksen, mediocampista that is free after finalising his agreement with the Brentford of the Premier, but the answer was little conclusive: "we Want to incorporate to the suitable players. Have a very good staff, are working to develop our form to play".
Case Of Jong
On the interest by Frenkie, Have Hag was much warier that when speaking of CR7. The míster does not want to put in this subject put that the midfield player is still player of the Barça. "Frenkie Of Jong? Never I speak of players that have agreement with other clubs. I do not go to answer on Frenkie", said in front of the means.
This first press conference of pre-season of Erik Have Have generated an enormous interest mediático, with a room of full press of media that wanted to know the impressions of the trainer of the 'red devils'. The English split this past weekend to the Asian continent, where will have his turns of preparation for the new course.