The decision comes hours after the Portuguese ace stormed out of the pitch after being an unused substitute against Tottenham.

Cristiano Ronaldo's recent tantrum after Manchester United's 2-0 win over Tottenham on Wednesday has been sorted out swiftly by coach Erik Ten Hag. Apparently, the player's attitude will not be tolerated anymore, which means he has been separated from the team that will face Chelsea this weekend.

In a brief press release, the Red Devils revealed that CR7 will not take part of any of the team's preparations ahead of the clash against the Blues, stating that no other player is unavailable for this match.

"Cristiano Ronaldo will not be part of the Manchester United squad for this Saturday's Premier League game against Chelsea. The rest of the squad is fully focused on preparing for that fixture," the brief presser stated.

The 37-year-old ace made headlines for leaving the pitch before the game against Tottenham concluded yesterday. Since this is not the first time in which the player has taken such a stance, coach Erik Ten Hag has decided to leave him out of the game despite being fit to play the match.

If reports about their harsh relationship are true, then the idea of watching CR7 leave the club on a winter transfer does not seem far-fetched at all.