If Cristiano Ronaldo was trying to force his exit from the club after the World Cup with his blasting interview with Pierce Morgan, he has succeeded. However, he might ask himself now, he might have won, but at what cost?
Manchester United is planning to sue Cristiano Ronaldo due to defamation of the club and its owners on live. They are trying to figure out ways to tear up his contract. However, they are not willing to pay him his 16million wages as the board thinks that will be rewarding for him.
The club, as according source information, is looking to terminate the 37-year-contract, old’s that also runs till June, just after final segment of the question and answer session with Piers Morgan has been broadcast on Thursday there in UK. United decided to wait till the full scope of Cristiano Ronaldo’s remarks were publicly disclosed before making a decision on their reply. According to further sources, United has hired attorneys to investigate the viability of suing Ronaldo for contractual violation.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s 2nd Innings In Manchester United Is Over:
Erik ten Hag, the team’s manager, notified club executives, notably founder Joel Glazer, football director John Murtough, and chief executive Richard Arnold, at a meeting held that Cristiano Ronaldo is not welcome to return to United’s training facility in Carrington following the Fifa World Cup in Qatar.
In a club release released on Friday, United stated that Man Utd has taken the proper action this morning in reaction to a recent press interview with Cristiano Ronaldo. Until this procedure is over, we won’t be adding any further commentary.”
ESPN has learned through sources that United has sought legal counsel ever since Monday following the leak on Sunday of portions of Cristiano Ronaldo’s chat with Pierce Morgan on TalkTV.