USA's Ronaldo defends himself after allegations of misconduct

Ronaldo slams Manchester United in interview: ‘I feel betrayed’

Believe it or not, the Cristiano Ronaldo-Manchester United soap opera just keeps getting cheesier.

In an interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo revealed his true feelings about the Premier League club, admitting that he thinks he has tried to force him.

“Yes,” Ronaldo said when asked by Morgan if United were trying to force him out, “not just the coach but two or three other guys around the club.

“I feel betrayed, and I felt that some people didn’t want to be here. Not only this year, but last year as well.”

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Ronaldo has been an unwanted distraction during manager Erik ten Hag’s short reign at United, after failing to secure a summer move to the Champions League-winning side.

Ronaldo, along with other players, has been criticized for skipping pre-season. He also refused to come on as a substitute in United’s 2-0 win over Tottenham in October – which led to Den Haag punishing the striker to force him out of the squad. become

In an interview with Morgan, Ronaldo pointedly pointed at the manager, saying: “If you’re not even a manager, how are you going to be the manager of Manchester United? I’ve never heard of him. Heard.”

And Ronaldo didn’t make headlines there. Former United player Wayne Rooney is among those who have criticized the Portuguese star of late, prompting Ronaldo to hit back.

“I don’t know why he criticizes me so badly … maybe because he finished his career and I’m still playing at a high level,” Ronaldo told Morgan.

“I’m not saying I look better than him. Which is true.”

The 37-year-old, five-time Ballon d’Or winner has fallen out of favor in the Ten Hague row and has struggled while playing for United – scoring one goal in 10 Premier League appearances this season.

Last season, despite his age, Ronaldo impressed on his return to United after starring in Manchester earlier in his career, scoring 18 goals in 30 Premier League appearances.

Ronaldo will also captain Portugal in the upcoming FIFA World Cup on November 20. This will be his fifth time participating in football’s biggest tournament.

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