Manchester United’s first word on Cristiano Ronaldo – can now fine the big star with an eight-figure sum

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Cristiano Ronaldo has expressed harsh criticism towards Manchester United.
And now ended up in really bad weather after the weekend’s attention-grabbing interview.
“The club will consider this,” United wrote in a press release.

He’s really put himself in a real bind now, the good one Cristiano Ronaldo. This weekend, the Portuguese went out in a brutal attack against Manchester United and now the big star may have played his last game in the red shirt.

Ronaldo’s attack

Ronaldo did not hold back his criticism of the club management, who he “feels betrayed by” and the head coach Erik ten Hag for whom he “has no respect”. The attention-grabbing interview with the TV profile Piers Morgan has sparked huge reactions around the football world and with Manchester United fans who are not happy at all.

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Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo smiles before the start of the Europa League group E soccer match between Manchester United and Sheriff at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, Thursday Oct. 27, 2022. (AP Photo/Jon Super) XAF105

On Monday, United also issued a press release to respond to the criticism and how to react to the clear criticism from Ronaldo.
“The club will consider a response after all the facts have been presented. Our focus remains on preparing for the second half of the season and building on our momentum and the faith and community we have built together with our players, coaches, staff and supporters,” the club writes on its official website.

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Man United’s response

The last time Ronaldo attacked his own team was in October when he refused to come on as a substitute and went to the dressing room before the end of the match. Then United punished him with a fine of two weeks’ salary, which corresponds to one million pounds (roughly SEK 12 million).

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Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo gestures during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester United and Chelsea, at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester, England, Thursday, April, 2022. (AP Photo/Dave Thompson) XLB120

Now the English media reports that it could once again be an eight-figure sum in fines and unpaid wages for two weeks for Ronaldo. Several English newspapers also write that number 7 has played his last game for the club and that he will leave in the January window.

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The Manchester Evening News points out Cristiano Ronaldo’s former club Sporting Lisbon as the big favorite to be the next club address. This season, the 37-year-old has scored 1 goal in 10 games played for United in the Premier League.

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