OFFICIAL! Portugal FA Clarify ‘CLAIMS’ Of Ronaldo Threats To Quit National Team
Portugal FA have come out to clarify rumors making rounds on Cristiano Ronaldo quitting national team, MySportDab reports.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been a subject of many reports of lately which have clouded the media and the player performance at the FIFA World Cup going down in Qatar.
The player who was earlier in a situation with Manchester United since the beginning of the season went on to grant an interview with British journalist Piers Morgan.
In the interview the player voiced out his displeased and hate for the media who has continued to paint him in a bad way over the years and also his treatment at Old Trafford.
The interview cost him his contract with Manchester United which was terminated after both the club and player came to a mutual understanding in a respectable way.
Despite Cristiano Ronaldo contract termination, he still hasn’t taken a break from the media who carry on with many speculations concerning his career.
There were fake reports put out of a possible rift between Ronaldo and his national team manager Santos following a decision not to start the player during their victory against Switzerland.
The Portuguese FA have come out to clarify reports according to Fabrizio Romano update that the player has never made any threat to leave the National team.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Reports claiming Cristiano Ronaldo threatened to leave the national team during a conversation with Fernando Santos are not true — FPF clarifies that at no time did Cristiano threaten to leave the national team in Qatar”.
There are also fake claims that the Portuguese international have already signed a deal to join Saudi Arabia club Al-Nassr which was also rubbished.
Cristiano Ronaldo will be hoping to start Portugal game against Morocco in the quarterfinal which he will also look to silence his critics.