In regard to Cristiano Ronaldo’s incendiary interview with Piers Morgan, Manchester United has “started proper actions.” Check out complete details about it below.
The whole video of the 90-minute conversation in which Ronaldo attacked United manager Erik ten Hag, his colleagues, and the owners was awaiting evaluation by the Premier League club’s legal staff.
Manchester United announced on Friday that it has “taken necessary procedures this morning in reaction to Cristiano Ronaldo’s recent media interview.” “Until this process is through, we won’t be making any more comments.”
To compete in his sixth World Cup with Portugal, the 37-year-old Ronaldo is in Qatar. Even before the complete interview aired on Wednesday and Thursday, the forward’s future at Old Trafford appeared to be finished, and his situation was largely seen as unsustainable.
His reputed wage of roughly 500,000 pounds ($590,000) per week and the small number of teams that can afford it have made a possible departure difficult. However, his pact may be terminated if it becomes out that he violated the terms of the agreement.
The club’s legal position could not be ascertained until after the interview was broadcast on TalkTV since United officials were unaware that any interview had taken place.
United has also stated that it wants the procedure to be finished quickly.
Since Ten Hag took over at the conclusion of the previous season, a contentious few months have been exacerbated by Ronaldo’s remarks.
The Portugal international was already dismissed from United’s squad and had to train separately from the group after refusing to replace Wayne Rooney against Tottenham.
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