Man Utd stars ‘disgusted’ with Ten Hag over Ronaldo and Sancho treatment

Manchester United's stars have reportedly been left 'disgusted' over Erik ten Hag's treatment of Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho.

Ronaldo was frozen out of the team by Ten Hag after he left their win over Tottenham Hotspur early at Old Trafford last season. The Portuguese megastar eventually left United after he slammed Ten Hag in a bombshell interview with Piers Morgan.

Sancho has been the latest player to be frozen out of the side following his statement publicly slamming the Dutchman. However, according to talkSPORT, Ten Hag's actions have left some of the first team fuming.

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Speaking on talkSPORT, Alan Brazil said: "This is only what I've heard, from a United player who told someone we know very well, he said the players are not having the manager.

"By all accounts they're disgusted with the way he treated Cristiano [Ronaldo] and they say Sancho is a great guy, who works his socks off! So, I don't know who to believe to be honest."

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The Red Devils have suffered a poor start to the season, and they are currently sitting 10th in the Premier League.

Sancho remains exiled from the first team, and according to i News, Sancho and Ten Hag are "barely speaking", with the Dutchman waiting for an apology. However, Sancho isn't backing down – and he could leave on loan in January before reassessing his options next summer.

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