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Don’t come back: Manchester United tells Cristiano Ronaldo, plans legal action after controversial interview

Following Cristiano Ronaldo’s statements in a recent interview, Manchester United has recruited solicitors to examine potential legal action against the renowned footballer for alleged contract breach, as the club seeks to speed up his departure. According to The Guardian, the 37-year-old has been instructed not to return to the club’s training facilities after the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, when he will play for Portugal.

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The question is how Ronaldo’s exit will play out, given that he wants out and United wants him out. ManU believes he should not be paid, and they want the procedure to be completed as soon as possible. Because Ronaldo’s future is unknown, the club is examining all options. According to The Guardian, Ronaldo will almost certainly never play for United again.

United’s aim could be to hope that the fear of legal action will prompt Ronaldo to offer to terminate his contract. Ronaldo made a series of charges during an interview with Piers Morgan on Talk TV. The club is forcing him out, senior officials lacked empathy after his newborn baby died in April, the owners, the Glazer family, do not care about the club, and the manager, Erik ten Hag, does not respect him.

Cristiano Ronaldo revealed in an interview with Piers Morgan on November 16 that he felt betrayed. He said that Manchester United was attempting to oust him. Ronaldo also expressed disdain for the manager, Erik Ten Hag. Along with criticizing the club’s owners, CR7 also took aim at former teammates and Manchester United legends Wayne Rooney and Gary Neville.

The fans responded strongly to Ronaldo’s statement. They allege the footballer is damaging the club’s legacy, while others feel he is trying to depart after failing to get a summer transfer. Many of his admirers already feel he will never return to United.

“Manchester United took necessary to action this morning in response to Cristiano Ronaldo’s recent media interview.” “We will not make any more comments until this process is completed,” the club said in a statement in response to the interview.

Ronaldo’s contract is set to expire in July and is estimated to be earning £500,000 per week. United had no idea Ronaldo, who was set to leave in the summer, was conducting an interview.

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