The relationship between Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United has finally come to an end. The club have officially announced their mutual separation, effective immediately.
It was the inevitable course of action, especially after the Portuguese’s incendiary interview with controversial TV presenter Piers Morgan.
In the widely publicized interview, Ronaldo criticized the club for betraying him and criticized manager Eric ten Hager for disrespecting him.
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Now that the players are gone, Morgan revealed how happy the players are with the results. But the Portugal captain still has to find a club that can pay his salary and cope with his huge ego.
Newcastle are not considering Ronaldo. Eddie Howe said: “We try to provide long term growth. At the moment we have quite an aging roster… We need to lower the average age, so maybe he’s not a player we need to sign.
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Few clubs in world football can afford the former Manchester United No.7 and most of Europe’s elite clubs have walked away from the transfer.
Recently, reports surfaced that top four Premier League prospects Newcastle United may be interested in acquiring the aging superstar.
Since the Saudi takeover, the Magpies have slowly but surely become a force to be reckoned with, with an influx of wealth meaning Ronaldo is close at hand.
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However, ‘Newcastle have ruled out a move for the striker,’ the source said. ESPN. With the Premier League closed again, Jorge Mendes will have to find a new club for his client.
“Sources have also told ESPN that Ronaldo’s representatives are also looking to rekindle interest from Chelsea,” the report added.
Thomas Tuchel has firmly rejected Chelsea co-owner Todd Bolly’s request to add the five-time Ballon d’Or winner to the squad this summer. It remains to be seen where Graham Potter is.
From Manchester United’s perspective, the era of the Ten Witches can finally continue. However, the club need to back the manager and bring him a striker in January rather than next summer.