Arsenal fan Piers Morgan has again hit out at ‘arrogant’ Erik ten Hag’s ‘disrespect’ of Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United.
The 37-year-old left Old Trafford under a dark cloud back in November last year following his explosive interview with the Talk TV presenter
In the conversation, the Portuguese star took aim at several people at the Red Devils.
Since then, Ronaldo has moved on and is now playing for Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia.
After his departure, Man United have enjoyed a strong run of form since the World Cup, winning six matches in a row in the Premier League.
That streak came to an end this week though, with a 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace and was followed up by a 3-2 defeat against Premier League leaders Arsenal.
While Morgan was relishing a victory for his beloved Gunners, he couldn’t help but make the point yet again about his beloved Ronaldo.
On loan Burnley man Wout Weghorst has replaced him and led the line for Ten Hag’s side at the Emirates Stadium, struggling to make the difference in a bristling encounter.
As a result, Morgan pointed out how much United had missed Ronaldo, poking fun at Weghorst in the process.
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Taking to Twitter, Morgan wrote: “Congrats Manchester United.
“That’s what happens when you hire an arrogant coach who disrespects the [GOAT] @Cristiano so badly he leaves – and then replaces him with someone I’ve never heard of who sounds like an Austrian sausage.”