Ronaldo: Manchester United betrayed me

The Manchester United superstar, Ronaldo in a recent interview expressed his feelings. He came out to say that he feels “betrayed” by his club and is been forced out of Manchester United.

Ronaldo had made a promise that he would give his reason for his life at Old Trafford. This was after failing to secure a move away from the club to a champion’s league playing club.

The Portuguese has now broken the silence in an interview with Piers Morgan for TalkTV.

Manchester United however has been asked to respond to the claims of Cristiano Ronaldo.

United who defeated Fulham 2-1 on Sunday currently sit fifth in the premier league in manager Ten Hag’s first season in charge.

Piers Morgan asked the superstar if he thinks Manchester United hierarchy were trying to force him out of the club, he said “Yes.”

He noted that, “Not only the coach [Erik Ten Hag], but another two or three guys around the club. I feel betrayed.”

When quizzed again if some senior club executives were trying to oust him, he responded with “I don’t care. People should listen to the truth.”

“Yes, I do feel betrayed. And I also feel like some people don’t want me here, not only this year but last year too.”

The Portuguese says he has no “respect” for Ten Hag

Ronaldo hasn’t played due to an unspecified illness since he captained United to their 3-1 defeat at Aston Villa on November 6th.

Ten Hag had dropped him for the Premier League game at Chelsea. This was after he refused to come on as a substitute against Tottenham three days earlier.

Ronaldo told Piers Morgan, “I don’t have respect for him, this is because he doesn’t show respect for me.”

“If you don’t have respect for me, I’m never going to have respect for you”

This interview will be shown over two night, on Wednesday and also on Thursday.

I think the fans should know the truth,” he says. “I want the best for the club. This is why I come to Manchester United.

“Since [former manager] Sir Alex [Ferguson] left, I saw no evolution in the club. Nothing had changed.

“I love Manchester United, I love the fans, they’re always on my side. But if they want to do it different… they have to change many, many things.”

Ronaldo says his view of the club is shared by Ferguson, who was pivotal in his return to Old Trafford from Juventus when it appeared he might join Manchester City.”

He knows better than anybody that the club is not on the path they deserve to be,” added Ronaldo.

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

On Wayne Rooney, he said, “I don’t know why he criticizes me so badly. Probably because he finished his career and I’m still playing at a high level,” said Ronaldo.