Ronaldo will no longer play for Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo’s scandalous interview with sharp criticism of Manchester United most likely put an end to the Portuguese’s future as part of the Red Devils.

According to ESPN, the head coach of “Manchester United” Eric ten Haag does not count on Ronaldo anymore, and is not going to let him on the field in the future. He informed the club management about this at yesterday’s meeting.

Ten Haag believes that Ronaldo went too far in his criticism. The Portuguese said that he does not respect the coach. Earlier it was reported that Ronaldo could be fined 1 million pounds.

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Manchester United can fine Ronaldo 1 million pounds

The management of “Manchester United” can fine the striker Cristiano Ronaldo for at least 1 million pounds for an interview with critics of the team.

Earlier, the 37-year-old Portuguese talked about the feeling of betrayal by Manchester United, making him a “scapegoat”, and also noted that he does not respect the head coach Erik ten Haag.

After the scandalous interview, Manchester United issued a statement in which they announced that they would prepare a response to Ronaldo’s interview after establishing all the facts.

Cristiano Ronaldo: “Manchester United betrayed me”

The 37-year-old striker of the English “Manchester United” and the national team of Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo, spoke frankly about his problems at the club.

Manchester United tried to force me to leave the club. Not only the head coach, but also other employees. I felt betrayed.

I had a feeling that some people didn’t want to see me here, not only this season, but last season as well. It’s like they made me the black sheep. That said, I haven’t seen any evolution around since Sir Alex left. Zero progress.

Ten Haag? I don’t respect him because he doesn’t respect me. If there is no respect for me, then there will be none from me,” Ronaldo said.

Earlier it became known that Ronaldo could end his career in 2019 through Messi.

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