Cristiano Ronaldo is seen practicing in Portugal, his first outing


Cristiano Ronaldo is seen practicing in Portugal, his first outing since leaving Manchester United. After his exit from Manchester United was officially announced, Cristiano Ronaldo was seen for the first time. By mutual decision, the Portuguese star left the team after his stunning interview.

Only four days had passed since Ronaldo’s dramatic interview with Piers Morgan, which was televised in two parts last week. By mutual consent, Ronaldo’s exit from the club was confirmed on Tuesday afternoon.

Sportsmail claims that United has not compensated the player for the final seven months of his £500,000 per week Old Trafford deal.

Just hours before United announced that the Glazer family will consider bids for the Premier League giants that exceed £5 billion, Ronaldo left Old Trafford on a historic day.

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“Everyone at Manchester United remains focused on continuing the team’s progress under Erik ten Hag and working together to deliver success on the pitch,” the club said in a statement. “The club thanks him for his immense contribution over two spells at Old Trafford, scoring 145 goals in 346 appearances.

Following the news, Ronaldo issued a statement of his own in which he vowed that, despite his contentious interview, his love for Manchester United and the supporters would “never ever alter.”

In a statement, Ronaldo said, “We have mutually agreed to finish our contract early after discussions with Manchester United.”

I adore Manchester United and its supporters, and that won’t ever change. But I feel like now would be a good moment for me to look for a new challenge. “I wish the team the best of luck for the rest of the year and the future.”

Officials at United decided against taking additional disciplinary action against him because they saw no way for him to return to the team. Last month, Ronaldo was forced to train alone after leaving the match against Tottenham and refused to be replaced.

As the Portuguese superstar attempts to win the World Cup for the first time, the interview has overshadowed Ronaldo’s World Cup preparations.

The five-time winner of the Ballon d’Or was made to address his treatment at Old Trafford on Monday. On Thursday, Portugal will face Ghana in the World Cup opener, with Cristiano Ronaldo certain to get the most attention.