Manchester United chiefs have called an emergency meeting to discuss Cristiano Ronaldo.
According to media reports in England, United’s chiefs will meet with coach Erik ten Hag this week.
Ronaldo gave an interview with Piers Morgan, with snippets already aired on Sunday, where he criticised the club’s infrastructure, ownership, and ten Hag.
The Telegraph states that chief executive Richard Arnold, football director John Murtough and ten Hag will work to find a solution to the problem.
Ronaldo is in danger of being sold in January, or even placed into the reserves for the remainder of the season.
United next play in late December in the Carabao Cup after the World Cup concludes.