C.oncentred these days with the Portugal selectionwith which he prepares his premiere at the Qatar World Cup of next Thursday in front of Ghana, Cristiano Ronaldo tries to park for the moment his complex professional situation in the Manchester Utd. After several disagreements and some episodes for which he was sanctioned by the Red Devilsan interview with Piers Morgan for Talk TV in which he claimed to feel “betrayed” has been the trigger for his final break with the English club.
The Red Devils issued a statement noting that they had “initiated appropriate steps in response to the recent interview with the media.” Cristiano Ronaldo“and that they would not make” any further comments until the process reaches its conclusion.” Although beyond a million-dollar fine, all roads seem to lead to the departure of the Portuguese international from Old Trafford in the next winter market, although with an uncertain destination. A future from which several large European clubs stand out.
Roma is ‘unmarked’ from the interest in Cristiano
The last to do so was Roma, a team led by Jose Mourinho and that, through its sports director, Tiago Pintoin a statement collected by the journalist Fabrizio Romano, has stated: “Cristiano Ronaldo has never been an option for Rome. Nothing serious, nor concrete, despite the rumors. We have never opened conversations to sign him. Quiz, linked to ‘CR7‘ with us for being Portuguese and also for Mourinho, but it wasn’t like that.”
Cristiano Ronaldo has never been an option for Roma, nothing serious or concrete despite the rumors
Cristiano Ronaldo has a contract with him Manchester Utd until June 30 of next year, with the option of one more season. Already last summer he moved knocking on the door of several entities in search of a way out towards a team of Champions that would allow him to continue adding to his records in the highest continental competition. Now, he faces the fifth world of his sports career, aware that at the end of it, everything indicates that he will have to look for a team and say goodbye to the Manchester Utdwhere both the club and its coach, erik tenhagthey no longer have it.