Manchester United responds to Cristiano Ronaldo

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Manchester United responds to Cristiano Ronaldo

Manchester United responded to Cristiano Ronaldo, after the shocking revelations made by CR7 in an exclusive interview with The Sun. The removal of the mural of the football player from the facade of Old Trafford is certainly a sign.

The reactions of Bruno Fernandes who greets him with disdain and then Joao Cancelo, who rejects his concern and encouragement, are the direct reflection of what is currently the perception that there is of the United star.

Ronaldo's poignant tale of his son

CR7 told: "When you have a child, you expect everything to be normal. But instead you find yourself having to face certain things, you wonder why this is happening to you. The most difficult period since my dad's death.

We were at the table, we decided that it was time to be honest with them too. So we told him he went to heaven, but it's still a part of our life. The little ones tell me every now and then Dad, we did it for Angel, aiming for the sky.

His death led me to be even more father, more tender. With Georgina we got even closer, now we see life from a different perspective."

Regarding the statements on Man Utd

Ronaldo said: "Betrayed by Manchester United, I don't respect Ten Hag because he doesn't show respect towards me.

If you don't respect me, I will never respect you. I felt betrayed, I perceived that some people don't they wanted me, not only this year but also last year. They made me the black sheep. I talked to the sporting director and the Manchester United president when my daughter got sick.

It was like they didn't believe my words, and this made me feel bad. They listened to me, but it was clear that they doubted my words, that my daughter had big problems, that Georgina was bad for her. father and as husband I could not leave my family at that time.

Not for the preseason. After Sir Alex Ferguson there has been no growth in the club: progress has been zero. It surprised me a lot. An important aspect is been like the A ited sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, to take on a sporting director like Rangnick.

And it is something that no one has understood, he has never been a coach, and it surprised not only me, but the whole world. When I decided to return to Manchester United, I followed my heart. He said to me: It would be impossible for you to go to Manchester City.

And I said: Okay, boss. Wayne Rooney? I don't know why he criticizes me so much, probably because he has finished his career and I still play at a high level. I'm not going to say I'm better off than him. Which is true."

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