Cristiano Ronaldo claims that Manchester United’s owners, the Glazer family, do not care about the club. He also claims that senior members of the club cast doubt on his assertion that he could not attend a preseason trip because his daughter was very unwell. Cristiano Ronaldo claims that Manchester United’s owners, the Glazer family, do not care about the team. He also claims that senior members of the club cast doubt on his assertion that he could not attend a preseason trip because his daughter was very unwell.
After Cristiano Ronaldo’s explosive TV appearance, Manchester United co-owner Joel Glazer will decide Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at the team, a source with knowledge of the issue told The Associated Press.
After declaring in an interview that will air in Britain this week that he feels “betrayed” by the club and that he does not respect manager Erik ten Hag, Ronaldo’s situation at United is viewed as untenable.
It has been largely interpreted as Cristiano Ronaldo’s attempt to pressure United into selling him after the World Cup. However, the person with knowledge of the issue stated that Glazer would have the last word in any decision to sell the forward, and Jorge Mendes, Ronaldo’s agent, would be responsible for presenting interested clubs. Because they were not permitted to speak about the situation in public, the person agreed to speak to the AP on the condition of anonymity.
The source added that United’s management had supported Ten Hag’s treatment of the player and was fully in agreement with his decision to cut Cristiano Ronaldo from the team and order him to train separately from the first team after the Portugal international refused to enter the game as a substitute against Tottenham last month.
Cristiano Ronaldo missed United’s team for the second straight game on Sunday’s Premier League encounter against Fulham due to an illness, according to the club. But on Monday, he participated in national team training for Portugal as it started preparing for the World Cup in Qatar
Even before the season began, there was a lot of talk about Ronaldo leaving Manchester United, but his prospective departure is being hindered by the small pool of teams who can afford to pay his reputed salary of roughly 500,000 pounds ($590,000) each week.
The individual with knowledge of the matter claimed that Cristiano Ronaldo has six months left on his contract and that United’s attorneys are currently examining video of the 37-year-incendiary old’s interview to ascertain the club’s legal standing.
In the interview parts that were made public on Sunday night, Cristian oRonaldo is very critical of Ten Hag, the club’s owners, and the Glazer family in general.
Cristiano Ronaldo told interviewer Piers Morgan, “I don’t have respect for Ten Hag because he doesn’t show respect for me. “I’ll never have respect for you if you don’t have respect for me.”
Was an Unwelcoming for Cristiano Ronaldo
Since the interview, a clip from the Portuguese team’s pre-World Cup meeting appears to show Ronaldo receiving a cold welcome.
Bruno Fernandes chooses to touch Cristiano Ronaldo’s arm rather than shake his hand or welcome his longtime international teammate as he enters the dressing room.Cristiano Ronaldo extends his hand as soon as he sees the offensive midfielder, but Fernandes hastily shakes it away while making a momentary eye contact.Fernandes utters a few brief things before relocating, leaving the striker without a smile.
Also When Cristiano Ronaldo claimed that his daughter, Bella, had bronchitis three months after her twin brother had passed away, he claimed that two senior officials at Old Trafford viewed him suspiciously.I said with Man United’s president and director, and they seemed to doubt that anything was wrong, which made me feel horrible, said Cristiano Ronaldo.
“I will never, ever compromise my family’s health for a football. Never. They doubted my comments, whether I was 10 years behind or ahead, and it truly hurt me.I struggle, especially Bella and Geo who spent a week in the hospital due to a serious issue, and I skipped the preseason tour as a result.
Commented on Wayne Rooney and Gary Neville.
In the interview, Cristiano Ronaldo also commented on Wayne Rooney and Gary Neville, two former United colleagues.He declared that the pair were “not my pals” despite their recent criticism of the Portugal attacker.
When questioned about the remarks made by his former teammate, Cristiano Ronaldo responded, “You should pose this question to Rooney. But I have no idea why he criticises me so bad.
Most likely, as he ended his career in his thirties. I continue to play at a high level. Although it is true, I won’t state that I appear better than he does.
However Officials from the United have not yet seen the entire interview and were unaware it had even been done before Sunday’s release of parts.