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Erik ten Hag and Wayne Rooney are struck by Ronaldo in a violent Interview with Piers Morgan


During an interview with English television personality Piers Morgan, Cristiano Ronaldo criticized Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag and former colleague Wayne Rooney.

There is much discussion about Ronaldo's potential return to Old Trafford in August 2021. He had a strong season last year, with 24 goals across all competitions. Some, however, thought he had a bad effect on the other members of the team.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner looked to leave the Red Devils during the summer in order to join a Champions League team. But he remained at the club after weeks of significant media speculation.

He has been in and out of the side repeatedly since then. He has started just four league games out of his 16 appearances throughout all competitions.

However, this hasn't prevented him from occasionally being the center of attention. Ronaldo was seen leaving the tunnel during last month's 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur after declining to enter as a replacement. He was therefore not included in the team for the subsequent match against Chelsea.

The Portuguese have now fueled the fire even more. The forward will be the subject of the "most explosive interview he's ever given," according to English broadcaster Piers Morgan, who has hyped the interview. He criticizes manager Erik ten Hag, as well as past managers Ralf Rangnick and Wayne Rooney, according to snippets published in The Sun.

Ronaldo said, "Ten Hag doesn't show me any respect to me, so I don't have any either. I won't ever respect you if you don't treat me with respect.


If you're not even a coach, how are you going to manage Manchester United? he said in response to a question regarding Ralf Rangnick's brief stint at the club. I was completely unaware of him.

He gave Rooney, who recently voiced open criticism of Ronaldo, a similarly harsh evaluation. Between 2004 and 2009, the two played five seasons at Old Trafford together, winning three Premier League championships and a Champions League.

Ronaldo stated, "I don't understand why he criticizes me so harshly. "Probably because I'm still playing at a high level while he finished his career.

Despite the fact that I do look better than him, I won't admit it.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo clarified the circumstances surrounding his absence from training over the summer. Although it was claimed that his absence was caused by "personal reasons," many people were dubious and thought it was an effort to get him to leave the 20-time English champions.

The 37-year-old informed Morgan that he had chosen to remain in Portugal since his three-month-old daughter had been admitted to the hospital. This happened only a few months after his baby son tragically died during childbirth. Ronaldo alleges that he was hurt when several senior Man Utd executives questioned his account.

November 16 at 8 PM GMT, TalkTV is set to telecast the entire 90-minute interview.

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