Following his decision to go public over the poor management of the club, Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo seems to have now made himself a persona non grata at the Theatre of Dreams with Premier League giants, Manchester United now said to have informed him not to make a return to the club after the FIFA World Cup.
According to the latest multiple reports from the Times Sport and the Guardian as well as the Daily Telegraph, the Red Devils have decided it’s over between them and the five times Ballon d’Or winner with legal process that could see his contract terminated already underway.
As per the reports, Joel Glazer, John Murtough, Erik ten Hag as well as the club’s CEO Richard Anorld have mutually agreed to end their ties with the Sporting Lisbon academy graduate as they believe his interview was well beyond the standards of the team.
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Besides the looming termination of his contract, the 20 times Premier League winners are understood to be plotting a move to sue the star player over a breach of Contract and hence, showing how tarnished the relationship between the two parties is at the moment.