Manchester United to consider terminating Cristiano Ronaldo’s Contract in January

Manchester United will consider terminating Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract in the January transfer window after his explosive, unauthorized interview with Piers Morgan.

On Sunday night, recordings from a scathing interview with the United striker by Piers Morgan were made public. The player leveled numerous grievances against his team and manager, Erik ten Hag, in the conversation.

According to the striker, Erik ten Hag is unrespectable, and United has betrayed him. After being deeply disappointed by his remarks, the club is considering all of its options, including fining Ronaldo or taking additional disciplinary action.


Man United’s official response

The club reiterated their resolve to remain focused on the second half of the season in a statement they released in response to the Ronaldo interview.

Earlier Monday, United released its lone statement in response to the Ronaldo interview: “Manchester United notices the media coverage about an interview by Cristiano Ronaldo.”

“After all of the facts are known, the club will think about its response. We’re still concentrating on getting ready for the second half of the season and maintaining the momentum and unity among the players, coach, staff, and supporters.”

What are the various reports say?

After Cristiano Ronaldo’s explosive, unauthorized interview with Piers Morgan, Manchester United will consider canceling the player’s contract in the January transfer window, according to The Telegraph.

According to The Telegraph, Ronaldo will not feature for United following the damaging interview. Club football will resume in mid-December, giving United adequate time to assess the interview and come to a conclusion.

The Daily Mail reports that following Cristiano Ronaldo’s shocking interview with Piers Morgan for TalkTV, Manchester United may opt to fire him.

Attorneys are still investigating Ronaldo’s claims to determine whether they violate his contract. United is looking into options for letting the 37-year-old striker go.

The team has mounted a counterattack against the goal scorer’s remarks, claiming in private that most of what he said was false and untrue, according to ESPN’s Rob Dawson.

According to Dawson, the club is privately contesting several of Ronaldo’s points.
Ronaldo claims that Ten Hag and United tried to “force him out” in the summer. Still, sources have told ESPN that United was aware that the striker’s agents were actively seeking a move away during the transfer window.

According to sources who spoke to ESPN, Ten Hag specifically requested the construction of a cutting-edge analysis and meeting room, and more than £200,000 was spent to build it. The pool, canteen, and recovery areas also have all undergone renovations.

Dawson continues by saying that Ten Hag has the full support of the board and the owners to handle the misbehaving Ronaldo however he deems fit.

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