Arturo Vidal takes aim at Erik ten Hag for getting rid of Cristiano Ronaldo

Former Barcelona and Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal has made it clear he isn’t a fan of Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag.

The Chile international did not agree with how Ten Hag managed Cristiano Ronaldo last season, even though there is no way the player can be excused for how he behaved before leaving the club for a second time.

Ronaldo left Old Trafford for Saudi Arabia in January due to the lack of interest that existed in Europe for his signature.

Ideally, in his eyes, he would have joined a club competing in the Champions League but decided to settle for the money in the Saudi Pro League.

However, Vidal also resorted to personal insults, joking that Ten Hag’s baldness means he’s a complicated character.

“That coach [Ten Hag] came in badly,” Vidal said on Twitch, as quoted by Daily Mail. “How are you going to take out Cristiano Ronaldo? That’s how these guys are. He was the top scorer and he takes him out.

“These bald guys are very complicated.”

Although it’s all very childish, Vidal’s comments make you wonder what people thought when they saw him coming along with a mohawk shaved into his head?

Vidal is currently playing his football in Brazil with Athletico Paranaense.

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  1. Why do people who aren’t very bright have this overwhelming desire for that fact to be known as widely as possible? He surely can’t be unaware of the circumstances that led to Ronaldo’s departure, but if he is, how dumb to make a comment without knowing the facts.

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