Manchester United have released an official statement concerning Cristiano Ronaldo interview, MySportDab reports.
Cristiano Ronaldo interview with Pier Morgan has been making headlines all through the week following so many statements that was made by the player.
Manchester United are the side who were mentioned a lot in the interview which saw the Portuguese pointing out a lot of things which is going on with the club over the years.
He also criticized the board for not caring about the club who he left and came back with still the same thing which they haven’t done much of changes around the club.
Cristiano Ronaldo comments have caused so much outrage that Manchester United came out to make a first statement which they said they need to carry out their full investigation.
The Premier League side have kept mute since their first statement which they have now return with a decision which they have also made public.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Manchester United has this morning initiated appropriate steps in response to Cristiano Ronaldo’s recent media interview.
“We will not be making further comment until this process reaches its conclusion.
Cristiano Ronaldo is facing a lot of backlash which will follow him all through the FIFA World Cup with Portugal.
Manchester United have also started making some move which have seen them go ahead to remove Ronaldo pictures in the Stadium.
The club manager Erik Ten Hag have also held a meeting with the board in which he has told them the Portuguese won’t be playing in his team anymore.
Cristiano Ronaldo could no longer return to the club after the FIFA World Cup as he and his agent will be looking for a way out of his contract with Manchester United which is still active until end of the season.