After making damaging claims in an interview and leaving Manchester United by “mutual consent,” Cristiano Ronaldo’s illustrious tenure at the club comes to a humiliating conclusion. There are no limitations on who Cristiano Ronaldo can play for going forward because he left without receiving anything.
Although United had hired attorneys to investigate possible legal action against Ronaldo for alleged contract violations, their preferred course of action was to manufacture his departure. This was made official on Tuesday.
According to a release, Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Manchester United immediately and on good terms. The team wishes him and his family the best of luck in the future and expresses gratitude for his enormous contribution throughout his two stints at Old Trafford, where he scored 145 goals in 346 games. Everyone at Manchester United is still committed to advancing the squad’s success under Erik ten Hag and collaborating to produce results on the field.
Cristiano Ronaldo said that United was forcing him out, that senior executives lacked compassion after the death of his infant son in April, that the Glazer family, the club’s owners, do not care about the team, and that manager Ten Hag did not respect him.
While Ronaldo was in Qatar for the World Cup with Portugal, United barred him from the practise field. Moreover, looked into legal options.
Ronaldo, whose contract with Manchester United was set to expire in June and has roughly £13.5 million left on it, said: “Following negotiations with Manchester United, we have mutually agreed to end our contract early. I adore Manchester United and the supporters, and that won’t ever change. But now seems like the perfect time for me to look for a fresh challenge.
In January, United might look to replace him.
Ronaldo won the Champions League, three Premier Leagues, the FA Cup, two League Cups, and the Fifa World Player of the Year honour during his first stint at United, which lasted from 2003 to 2009.
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