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Man United fans rip into Cristiano Ronaldo after his bombshell interview with Piers Morgan

‘His ego has ruined EVERYTHING!’: Man United fans rip into Cristiano Ronaldo after his bombshell interview with Piers Morgan… with ‘shameless’ Portuguese star accused of creating ‘an absolute circus’ at Old Trafford 

  • Cristiano Ronaldo has sat down for an explosive interview with Piers Morgan 
  • He has said that he does not respect current Man United boss Erik Ten Hag 
  • He has also accused the United manager of not having any respect for him 
  • The veteran striker has also accused Manchester United of betraying him 

Fans have hit out at Cristiano Ronaldo for ‘ruining his legacy’ following his criticism of Manchester United and manager Erik Ten Hag.

The 37-year-old forward claimed that the club have betrayed him and admitted that he doesn’t have any respect for manager Erik Ten Hag.

But Ronaldo was accused by fans of betraying the club after his his bombshell interview with Piers Morgan

Cristiano Ronaldo has sat down for an explosive interview with Piers Morgan

Cristiano Ronaldo has sat down for an explosive interview with Piers Morgan

One fan tweeted: ‘The sooner Ronaldo leaves the better. What an absolute circus he creates Not needed and United are a better TEAM without him.

Another said: ‘Ronaldo has ruined his legacy as a footballer and a person. His ego has ruined everything, it’s a shame his career has ended like this.’

And a third said: ‘Can’t wait till Cristiano leaves, someone take him pls. So unprofessional. United play sooooo much better without him.’

During the interview, he claimed he felt 'betrayed' by Manchester United since his return

During the interview, he claimed he felt ‘betrayed’ by Manchester United since his return

The Portugal star said that head coach Erik ten Hag and others want him out of Old Trafford, in excerpts of a 90-minute interview with Piers Morgan Uncensored, which will be broadcast next week on TalkTV.

When asked if United’s hierarchy were trying to force him out of the club, Ronaldo said: ‘Yes, not only the coach, but another two or three guys around the club. I felt betrayed.’

When quizzed again if senior club executives were trying to oust him, the 37-year-old said: ‘I don’t care. People should listen to the truth.

Ronaldo also admitted he has no respect for current United boss Erik Ten Hag

Ronaldo also admitted he has no respect for current United boss Erik Ten Hag

‘Yes, I felt betrayed and I felt like some people don’t want me here, not only this year but last year too.’

Ronaldo revealed he did not respect boss Ten Hag, admitting: ‘I don’t have respect for him because he doesn’t show respect for me. If you don’t have respect for me, I’m never gonna have respect for you.’

Ronaldo also claimed United had not progressed as a club since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013.

Ronaldo has endured a frustrating season that has seen him fall out of favour under Ten Hag

Ronaldo has endured a frustrating season that has seen him fall out of favour under Ten Hag

Ronaldo, who played under Ferguson for six years during his first spell at United before joining Real Madrid in 2009, said: ‘I don’t know what is going on, but since Sir Alex Ferguson left I saw no evolution in the club, the progress was zero.

‘For example, we have an interesting point that how the club as Manchester United after (they) sack Ole (Gunnar Solskjaer), they buy – they bring (in), sports director Ralf Rangnick, which is something that nobody understands.

‘This guy is not even a coach. A bigger club like Manchester United brings (a) sports director – surprised not only me but all the world, you know.

Ronaldo thinks United haven't evolved at all since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013

Ronaldo thinks United haven’t evolved at all since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013

‘Nothing changed. Surprisingly. Not only the pool, the jacuzzi, even the gym…Even some points, the technology, the kitchen, the chefs, which is, I appreciate, lovely persons.

‘They stopped in a time, which surprised me a lot. I thought I will see different things…different, as I mentioned before, technology, infrastructure.

‘But unfortunately, we see many things that I used to see when I was 20, 21, 23. So, it surprised me a lot.’






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