Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to depart the club with immediate effect, according to Man Utd.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United announced on Tuesday that they have mutually agreed to end his contract; Roy Keane: “I don’t think the management has been very good. Although the situation has been extremely challenging, I don’t believe the manager comes out looking well.
On Tuesday night, United released a 67-word statement declaring they had mutually decided to end the 37-year-old forward’s contract.
Before Germany’s World Cup match against Japan, Sky Sports analyst Keane told ITV that Ten Hag should have handled the issue more effectively.
“People might say he’s laid down a marker; management includes taking care of the top. It is necessary to handle elite, international players differently. The notion that you should treat everyone equally is untrue.
Rio Ferdinand Thinks Both Parties Are Happy
Ferdinand Ronaldo, who has three goals in 16 appearances for United this season, has not played due to an undisclosed illness since he captained the team in their 3-1 loss at Aston Villa on November 6. Both parties are delighted with the decision, and we can now move on.
Following his refusal to enter the game as a substitute against Tottenham three days prior, Ten Hag benched him for the Premier League match at Chelsea last month.
Ronaldo revealed in a TalkTV interview last week that he did not regret not being a substitute for the final few minutes of a victory over Spurs because he believed Ten Hag had “provoked” him.
Along with his opinion of Ten Hag, he also mentioned how he felt “betrayed by the club” in general and that he believed he was being ejected from the organization.
In addition, he said that after Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure as manager in 2013, there has been “no evolution” at the team.
What Next for Ronaldo
Prior to returning to United, Ronaldo disclosed that he was on the verge of joining Manchester City, despite having previously rejected down a £305 million offer to join a Saudi Arabian club.
He talked of losing his infant son in April and how moved he was by the homage Liverpool supporters gave to him at a match versus United at Anfield in the days that followed.
In a statement released last Friday, United said that in reaction to the interview, they had “taken the proper actions.”
“Cristiano undoubtedly conducted that interview from a position of discontent and desire to leave the team. He was very explicit about that “Rio Ferdinand, a former defender for Manchester United, told BBC Sport.
“In this instance, in my opinion, Erik ten Hag also obtained his objectives. We may proceed now that all parties are content.
“The following section for Cristiano? It depends on what drives him. engage in Champions League competition? Money? to carry on having fun somewhere with a pleasant climate?
“We’ll learn in due time, I’m sure,”