Ten Hag REACTS Over Garnacho BAN After Onana POST!

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Erik Ten Hag have reacted to the post made by Alejandro Garnacho with possible ban o  Andre Onana, MySportDab reports.

The Argentina youngster have landed himself in some problems which could lead to a lot more happening as things unfold.

Alejandro Garnacho decision to make a post on social media about Andre Onana have generated so much buzz which Erik Ten Hag have also reacted on.

The Manchester United manager is currently dealing with a lot this season both on and off the pitch with the team which haven’t been going well.

The player with the team have been a problem with Jadon Sancho, Antony and Mason Greenwood all getting involved in some issues leading to ban.

Alejandro Garnacho could be the next person to face a ban from Manchester United team after his social media post which was tagged as racism offense.

According to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed Erik Ten Hag reaction over a possible ban on Garnacho for his social media post.

Here Is What He Said:

“We are talking with the FA. I can confirm that and want to emphasise we are together”.

“Wa are United and you see that in the post of Andre Onana”.

Alejandro made a post following Andre Onana helping Manchester United in their game against Copenhagen which he saved a penalty.

The post made by the Argentina International saw him using a gorilla emoji as his caption which led to many calling him a racist.

Meanwhile Andre Onana himself have played down the whole thing by saying his teammate meant no harm on his social media post.

Meanwhile, Alejandro Garnacho could be in for a lot of trouble as the English FA are still on the case as they could make a move to ban the player from playing.

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