Manchester United makes official statement on Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo took part in an interview where he criticised Manchester United and manager Erik ten Hag

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Manchester United has issued a statement stating that they won’t respond until they are familiar with the interview’s details and full content. The Reds further stated that they will, as of now, will stay focused on preparing for the upcoming leftover season.

Cristiano Ronaldo took part in an interview where he criticised Manchester United and manager Erik ten Hag; the club will seek legal counsel before responding to the 37-year-old’s allegations; According to Sky Sports News, the attitude and timing of the interview left Ten Hag and the United players feeling extremely disappointed. In an interview with TalkTV that was published on Sunday night by The Sun, Ronaldo criticised the team and manager Erik ten Hag, whom the player claims he has “no respect” for.

The forward claimed that he feels “betrayed” by the Premier League club for attempting to force him out of the team. The Portuguese acknowledged that United have made “zero progress” since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013.

Meanwhile, the following statement was made by United on Monday in response to the interview: “Manchester United notes the media coverage regarding an interview by Cristiano Ronaldo.” United, in an official statement further wrote, “The club will consider its response after the full facts have been established.” As per Sky Sports, senior club members are holding discussions about how to handle the player.