Erik ten Hag, the Manchester United manager, has spoken about Cristiano Ronaldo's speculated exit.
He said “nothing has changed” concerning Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at the club.
Ten Hag stated this as the team arrived in Melbourne, Australia to continue their pre-season tour.
Ronaldo isn’t on the trip amid speculation he wants to leave Old Trafford future.
And Ten Hag gave short hint during a press conference when asked about the 37-year-old’s plans.
“We made a statement and nothing has changed,” Ten Hag said ahead of Friday’s friendly match against A-League outfit Melbourne Victory at the MCG.
United continue to insist Ronaldo will not leave the club.
However, it is not certain if he will link up with the rest of the United squad on their three-match Australian leg of the tour.