“The tweet from Collins Atta Poku (@PapaPoku) about the distribution of $800,000 to the Ghana Football Association for our recent international friendlies versus Brazil and Nicaragua has caught the notice of our lawyers.
“The story is FALSE and was deliberately spread to incite the people against the Ghana Football Association, tarnish our reputation, and discredit the Association.
“We would like to say unequivocally that the Bank of Ghana has not transferred any money to the account of the Ghana Football Association in connection with our friendlies against Brazil and Nicaragua. We want the people to ignore that pointless reporting, the GFA statement continued. Ten Hag had said that after Cristiano Ronaldo’s outburst, there had to be repercussions.
“We work as a team, and since I am the manager, I am in charge of establishing and maintaining the culture here.
“I’m having the conversation with Cristiano. The claim is unambiguous. He still plays a crucial role for the team, according to the statement.
The Dutchman continued, “I stated it was unacceptable after Rayo Vallecano, but it wasn’t just him. The second time there needs to be consequences. That is what has occurred.
Ronaldo will probably play against Sheriff.
After leaving Old Trafford early from the bench and making his way down the tunnel in the 89th minute of United’s 2-0 victory over Spurs, Ronaldo blamed the “heat of the moment.”
The Portuguese’s involvement in practice raises the possibility that he will be chosen to play in a Europa League Group E match on Thursday in Sheriff Tiraspol.
Harry Maguire, a defender, and Donny van de Beek, a midfielder, both returned to the team’s Tuesday practice after recent injury concerns.