Erik ten Hag’s coaching staff and the Manchester United squad are growing increasingly frustrated with Cristiano Ronaldo’s behavior as his future threatens to plunge the club further into crisis.
Senior figures have questioned whether it is worth keeping Ronaldo as he has told executives he wants to leave.
The 37-year-old’s recent behavior has caused concern among staff.
Ronaldo’s attitude is said to worsen the atmosphere on the club’s Carrington training ground, with a source describing the Portuguese attacker as “in a bad mood”.Read:Ben Foster baffled by Hugo Lloris being penalised after Spurs penalty save
The striker has a year left on a lucrative contract, meaning United could face a significant financial blow to get him off the books. The owners of the club, the Glazer family, may be reluctantRead:Schumacher to cut Ferrari ties at end of 2022 F1 season