Ronaldo: The World Cup in Qatar will be “very difficult”

Cristiano Ronaldo’s press interview could precipitate his departure from Manchester United even before the end of the World Cup in Qatar instead of the winter transfer window.

newspaper quotes”demThe Spanish said that Ronaldo’s interview with Piers Morgan caused great anger even among his fellow players.

The striker angered his former and current colleagues, coach Erik ten Hag and all the club’s owners.

Although CR7’s departure seems imminent, according to the paper, his United colleagues want him gone before the World Cup ends.

The newspaper added that the feeling within the group is that the best thing would be for the Manchester United board of directors to find a way to get rid of Cristiano while he was with Portugal at the World Cup in Qatar, so that he would not have to return to Old Trafford.

During the interview, Cristiano confirmed that he was surprised that the club’s young players did not take him as an example, and indicated that they listen to his instructions, and after two minutes, they forget them and do what they think is best, adding that some do not care, and for this reason he considers it impossible for them to have a career. long, without naming who he was referring to.

Ronaldo emphasized that Lisandro Martinez and Casemiro were exceptions at United, along with Diogo Dalot, who praised him for his professionalism and predicted a successful career for him.

Ronaldo criticized the little progress he found at the club upon his return, compared to his first spell, and also admitted that he was close to signing for Manchester City, but that he had feelings for United.

The role of the “Don”, winner of the Golden Ball five times, has declined in the “Red Devils” squad since Dutch coach Erik Ten Hag, who came from Ajax Amsterdam, took over last May and was punished this season for refusing to enter as a substitute in a match.

In an exciting interview with “Tok TV” last Sunday, Ronaldo, who made his name at Old Trafford in his beginnings between 2003 and 2009, said that he felt “betrayed” by United, and that he believed that prominent figures in the club were trying to overthrow him and that “I do not have Respect for him (the coach) because he shows no respect for me.”

And the club issued a statement saying, “Manchester United has followed the media coverage regarding an interview conducted by Cristiano Ronaldo. The club will consider a response after confirming the full facts,” amid speculation that his career in the club is nearing its end and he will leave early next year in the winter transfer market.

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