The former Man United striker Cristiano Ronaldo, has been slapped with a fine of 50,000 Euros. He has also been given a two-match ban by the football association in England.

This is as a result of the incident that took place in April, when Ronaldo smashed a fan’s phone at Goodison Park. This is after Man United lost to Everton last season. The FA have now concluded their investigation and have handed the Ex Manchester United striker his punishment.

This is coming a day after Man United announced that they have terminated the strikers contract. His contract was terminated by mutual agreements. This is as a result of his explosive interview with Piers Morgan. In the interview he talked about the management of the club and the manager, Erik Ten Hag.

Ronaldo mentioned in the interview that the club has remained stagnant since Sir Alex Ferguson left. He added that they was no growth whatsoever. Also mentioning that he doesn’t respect the current Man United coach, Erik Ten Hag, because the manager has no respect for him.

Also, the owners of Man United announced on Tuesday that they’ll be selling the club. They said they’ll be listening to offers.

According to The Mirror UK, the ban means that Ronaldo would be suspended for two games if he joins another premier league side. Newcastle and Chelsea are both linked to the 37-year old striker.

Currently, the five times Ballon D’OR winner is in Qatar preparing for Portugal’s World Cup opening match against Ghana on Thursday.