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Cristiano Ronaldo responds to statement after Manchester United departure

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By Martin Graham | 24th Nov 2022

Cristiano Ronaldo has released a statement after a mutual cessation of his contract with Manchester United.

Ronaldo, who did a tell-all interview with Piers Morgan, said it was the right time to seek a new challenge.

Since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson as manager of Manchester United, the club has spiraled in its ratings and no longer considered among the top clubs in the country. United have struggled to replicate its glory days, with its last trophy win coming under their most hated manager – Jose Mourinho.

It is clear that there are deep-seated issues at Old Trafford, and rather than fix the rot, the club continues to find extra depths of ignominy. With several average players running amok at the club to bad administrators making terrible decisions for the club and decaying infrastructure, Man United has become a relic.

Concerned voices have been seen as dissidents and shut down while the rot festers. Few people know how deep the mess at the club is, but the tell-all interview Cristiano Ronaldo did with Piers Morgan turned him to the enemy rather than elicit deep reflection by both management and the fans. The club, instead, chose to part ways with the most successful player to play at Old Trafford.

Man United announce Ronaldo’s departure

A few of the things said by Ronaldo are in the public domain. The Portuguese star did a big reveal of the rot at the club and left more angst in the club over why he would expose them. The club chose to part ways with the most decorated player to play at Old Trafford.

The club confirmed the news of Ronaldo’s departure on Tuesday with a statement. The statement by the club read: Cristiano Ronaldo is to leave Manchester United by mutual agreement, with immediate effect.

The club also expressed gratitude to the forward for his immense contribution during his two spells at Old Trafford. The statement said Ronaldo scored 145 goals in 346 appearances for Manchester United and wished him and his family well in the future.

While the club continues its pretense of making progress, they claim to remain focused on continuing on that path under Erik Ten Hag. They also said they would work together to deliver success on the pitch.

Ronaldo responds to the announcement of his departure

Ronaldo has not stayed quiet for long following the announcement by Manchester United. In response to the news, Ronaldo made a statement. The former Real Madrid striker said the following:

“Following conversations with Manchester United, we have mutually agreed to end our contract early. I love Manchester United, and I love the fans. It will never ever change. However, it feels like the right time to seek a new challenge.

“I wish the team every success for the remainder of the season and for the future.”

Martin Graham is an MFF sports writer

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