Cristiano Ronaldo has said he “felt betrayed by Manchester United”.
In an interview with Piers Morgan, published in The Sun, the 37-year-old striker said he felt he was being forced out of United, “not only by the manager (Eric ten Hag) but by two or three people around the club. people”.
“I felt betrayed,” he said.
“I feel like some people don’t want me here. Not just this year, but last year as well.”
Ronaldo also spoke about his relationship with Ten Witches, adding: “I don’t respect him because he doesn’t respect me.
“If you don’t respect me, I will never respect you.”
He also spoke about Ralf Rangnick’s time at the club, who was appointed interim manager following Solskjaer’s departure last season.
The German was hugely successful as director of football but hadn’t managed a team for more than two years before taking over in November, with Ronaldo commenting: “If you’re not even a coach, how can you be? To coach?” Become the owner of Manchester United? I’ve never even heard of him. “
Ronaldo has told United he wants to leave this summer if the club receives a suitable bid, but there has been no satisfactory firm offer for the striker.
He had previously left early in a friendly against Rayo Vallecano in August, when he was criticized by the manager. He was substituted at half-time in the warm-up and then filmed from the sidelines before the end of the game.
Ronaldo has struggled in front of goal this season. The Portugal international has scored just one goal in 10 Premier League appearances this season.
However, he played a more prominent role in the Old Trafford club’s Europa League campaign. Ronaldo has started all six of United’s games, scoring twice and assisting twice.