Cristiano Ronaldo trains with Manchester United teammates following Erik ten Hag criticism after the game against Rayo Vallecano.
Before their Premier League debut against Brighton this weekend, Man Utd was put to the test.
Prior to this weekend’s home Premier League opener against Brighton, Cristiano Ronaldo has been spotted practicing with his Manchester United teammates.
On Sunday, Erik ten Hag’s team will kick off their new league campaign at Old Trafford. They will be hoping for three points as the ideal launching pad for an effective season.
Ronaldo is one of the stars captured in the most recent training photos that have been made public as United have been preparing for the game with a series of training sessions at the club’s Carrington headquarters.
Prior to their comeback to competitive play, Ten Hag put United through their paces in the photos that were made public on Thursday.
A day after the new United manager criticized Ronaldo, other players, and the club for abandoning Old Trafford for their preseason match against Rayo Vallecano, Ronaldo, 37, is still working out with the first team group.
During the weekend’s 1-1 draw with Rayo Vallecano, the Portuguese forward and fellow countryman Diogo Dalot were spotted leaving the club’s home stadium without obtaining permission from Ten Hag.
The United manager deflected attention away from Ronaldo in particular when asked about Ronaldo leaving the game early before criticizing the behavior.
He told Viaplay Sport Nederland that “there were many more” people who returned home. So you approved of that? Definitely not. Everyone agrees that it is unacceptable.
“I inform them. We are a team, so a choice, and it is unacceptable. that you must remain till the very finish.
Summer enlistments Prior to their probable competitive debuts this weekend, Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen, and Lisandro Martinez were also seen practicing.