Daily Mail: Manchester United begin process to terminate Ronaldo’s contract without compensation
The newspaper reported that Manchester United wants to terminate the agreement without compensation due to the scandalous interview of the 37-year-old Portuguese
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Manchester United have begun a process to terminate the contract of Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo without compensation due to his scandalous interview. About it informs Daily Mail.
Manchester United refuses to pay 37-year-old Ronaldo around $19m (£16m) under his contract for “breach of contract”.
“I was humiliated at Manchester United.” What Ronaldo said in the last part of the interview
Officially, Manchester United said on November 18: “The club took appropriate steps this morning in response to a recent interview with Cristiano Ronaldo. We will not make further comments until this process is completed.”
Earlier, the 37-year-old Ronaldo gave a long interview to Piers Morgan, where he also criticized the club’s management and head coach Erik ten Hag. In particular, the Portuguese said that he was made a “scapegoat” for Manchester United’s disastrous results this season, that he and ten Hag do not respect each other, and that he was shocked by the lack of improvement at the club since leaving him in 2009.
Ronaldo has made 16 appearances for Manchester United this season, scoring three goals and providing two assists.
Ronaldo’s contract with the club expires at the end of the season. The football player in the Portuguese national team will play at the World Cup in Qatar.
The Fonbet bookmaker accepts bets that Ronaldo will become the top scorer of the 2022 World Cup with a coefficient of 15.00, the best player – 18.00.