Cristiano Ronaldo accuses Manchester United of betrayal, claims he’s being compelled out

Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo says the membership have betrayed him and he’s being compelled out, whereas he has no respect for supervisor Erik ten Hag.

Ronaldo rejoined United from Juventus for a second spell at Outdated Trafford in August 2021 on a two-year deal, returning to the membership the place he received eight main trophies from 2003-2009.

In an interview with Piers Morgan for TalkTV, launched on Sunday, Ronaldo was requested whether or not United’s hierarchy have been attempting to push him out of the membership.

“Yes, not only the coach (Ten Hag), but another two or three guys around the club. I felt betrayed,” he stated.

“Yes I feel betrayed, and I felt some people don’t want me here, not just this year, but last year too.”

Final month, Ten Hag stated Ronaldo refused to return on in its place in opposition to Tottenham Hotspur when the ahead walked down the tunnel with a couple of minutes of the match remaining after being left on the bench.

He was then not a part of the squad that confronted Chelsea the next Saturday.

The 37-year-old ahead, who will captain Portugal on the World Cup in Qatar, stated of Ten Hag: “I don’t have respect for him because he doesn’t show respect for me. If you don’t respect me, I’m never gonna have respect for you.”

United didn’t instantly reply when contacted by Reuters for remark. After the Tottenham recreation, Ten Hag stated Ronaldo remained “an important player in the squad.”

Ronaldo stated Manchester United didn’t assist him when his daughter was taken to hospital in July. He stated the membership doubted him and confirmed an absence of empathy when he didn’t arrive on time for pre-season coaching.

“I think the fans should know the truth,” he stated.

“I would like the perfect for the membership. For this reason I got here to Manchester United.

“But you have some things inside that don’t help (us) reach the top level as City, Liverpool and even now Arsenal… a club with this dimension should be top of the tree in my opinion and they are not, unfortunately.”

Ronaldo’s first spell was below former United supervisor Alex Ferguson, who retired in 2013. The Portuguese stated his view of the membership is shared by Ferguson.

“The progress was zero Since Sir Alex (Ferguson) left, I saw no evolution in the club. Nothing had changed,” Ronaldo stated.

“He is aware of higher than anyone that the membership will not be on the trail they should be.

“He knows. Everyone knows. The people who don’t see that… it’s because they don’t want to see, they are blind.”

Ronaldo was additionally important of the membership’s choice final season to exchange supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, a former workforce mate of the Portuguese, with Ralf Rangnick.

Rangnick had left his function as head of sport and growth at Russian aspect Lokomotiv Moscow to take over at Outdated Trafford.

“After the club sacked Ole, they bring sporting director Ralf Rangnick, which is something nobody understands,” Ronaldo stated.

“This guy, he is not even a coach. A big club like Manchester United brings a sporting director surprised not only me but all the world.”