Cristiano Ronaldo is without a doubt one of the world’s best and most amazing footballers. He has been extremely productive throughout his entire career
It is no surprise that he has been able to make an impact and deliver results. He’s done well for almost every team and how. Whether it’s with his international stints with Portugal or his amazing displays of skills. Whenever he represented Manchester United and Real Madrid during games.
Speculation and rumours abounded about Manchester United
Ronaldo has been in the spotlight for quite some time due to his feud with Manchester United. Speculation and rumours abounded about Manchester United’s willingness to release Cristiano Ronaldo.
Finally, we got to hear about it straight from the horse’s mouth during an interview with Piers Morgan.
According to ESPN Ronaldo is set to be fined €1 million
And now, guess what the most recent update is, folks? According to ESPN, Ronaldo is set to be fined €1 million for agreeing to give an explosive interview to Piers Morgan. In which he blasted Erik ten Hag, Manchester United’s board, and the club’s standards. We’re waiting for more information on this.
Ronaldo claimed in an explosive 90-minute interview that will air on TalkTV. Later this week that he has been “betrayed” by Manchester United and that he is being forced out.
In a series of videos posted online, he stated that he does not “respect” current manager Erik ten Hag. That he had “never heard” of Ralf Rangnick before he became interim manager, and he slammed the club’s sitting and facilities.
Furthermore, the 37-year-old accused United of a “lack of empathy” when his three-month-old daughter was hospitalised and claims they questioned his reasons for missing pre-season in July.
According to Metro, Ronaldo is facing a hefty fine for giving the interview. He was fined two weeks’ wages in October for refusing to come on as a substitute against Tottenham, and it appears that United will punish the five-time Ballon d’Or winner once more.
Following his comments, he is unlikely to play for the club again. He was reportedly slated to be included in the matchday squad to begin with but told he would not be starting in the last-gasp 2-1 win over Fulham due to illness.