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Erik ten Hag sent warning message Cristiano Ronaldo

According to rumors, Erik ten Hag has threatened Manchester United’s stars that if they do not satisfy his criteria, they would be replaced with academy players. In an email to all first-team players, the Dutchman appears to have spelled out his expectations, stating that strong egos would not be allowed under his guidance.

Ralf Rangnick, the club’s former temporary head coach, struggled to control a locker room brimming with strong personalities like Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Maguire, and Bruno Fernandes. Following his arrival from Ajax, new manager Ten Hag is determined that this will not be a problem.

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The 52-year-old reportedly cautioned players in a scathing email that training will be tough and that their fitness will be at an all-time high. Should the club’s FA Youth Cup-winning stars fail to fulfill Ten Hag’s high expectations, the club’s FA Youth Cup-winning stars will be brought in.

“The new gaffer wrote the first-team players an email, telling them that football is a team game and no person is more essential than any other,” a first-team insider purportedly told the Sun.

His focus is entirely on the team. He wants the players to practice harder so that every session seems like a game.

“The players have been assured that their fitness levels will be at an all-time high, and that if they remain with him and support him, they will be OK.” They’ll be out the door if they don’t.

“They’ll be drilled and drilled until they get it perfect,” says the narrator. He’ll replace them with some of the promising young people if they can’t.”


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