Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (37) just wants to get away from ManUnited. After the interview with journalist Piers Morgan (57), the tablecloth between the Portuguese and Manchester United is completely cut…
So fierce that United are now even considering a lawsuit against CR7 after the interview was published!
Accordingly, Ronaldo’s contract should be terminated “as soon as possible” and the Portuguese should never play for the “Red Devils” again, as “ESPN” has probably learned from inside sources.
Sources also appear to have revealed to ESPN that United have been seeking legal advice since Monday morning after parts of Ronaldo’s interview with Morgan were leaked on Sunday’s TalkTV.
Reason: Through the statements of Ronaldo, the five-time world footballer is said to have breached his contract.
However, the English giants issued a statement on the website on Friday: “Manchester United took appropriate action this morning in response to Cristiano Ronaldo’s recent media interview.”
In a scandalous 90-minute interview with Morgan, Cristiano calculates with ex-coach Ralf Rangnick (64, coach until April 2022) and Manchester United.
The star kicker feels “betrayed” by the way he was treated by Manchester United. He is angry because he was made the “black sheep” and blamed for everything that went wrong at the club. And now he is being actively pushed out of the club.
Ronaldo was at Man United from 2003 to 2009, then switched to Real Madrid for 94 million. He returned to Manchester in the summer of 2021 and has been playing under the third manager since his return. The only thing he has nothing to complain about is his ex-teammate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (49). CR7 has little good to say about the other two, Ralf Rangnick and current coach Erik ten Hag (52).
Ronaldo on Rangnick: ‘How can you be a Manchester United manager if you are not even a manager? I had never heard of him.” RUMMS!
It actually came as a surprise that United took Rangnick. However, Ronaldo omits the fact that today’s national coach of Austria was not only sports director during his time in Leipzig for two seasons, but also head coach – just like before his Red Bull time at Schalke, Hoffenheim, Hanover and Stuttgart.
Speaking of ten Hag, who suspended Ronaldo last month for refusing to be a last-minute substitute against Tottenham, CR7 says: “I have no respect for him because he has no respect for me. If you don’t respect me, I will never respect you.”
The next attack is aimed at his ex-teammate Wayne Rooney (37), who has been publicly attacking the Portuguese for months and wants United to get rid of him. Ronaldo: “I don’t know why he’s criticizing me like that…probably because he’s retired and I’m still playing at a high level.” . Which is also true…”
Ronaldo describes the past few months as “the most difficult time of my life”, both professionally and privately.