File photo of Cristiano Ronaldo.© AFP
Manchester United recently announced that they have mutually parted ways with Portuguese star striker Cristiano Ronaldo, who came under sharp criticism for his recent interview with British journalist Piers Morgan. in an interview, Ronaldo Criticizing manager Erik ten Haag and the club’s owners, he said he felt “betrayed” by the club. Former Portugal captain Luis Figo thinks a “mutual settlement” between Ronaldo and United would be beneficial for both the player and the club.
“No, not at all. After all the situations came into play, I think it was a decision of both. A mutual agreement – I think beneficial for both. For myself because he was not playing and for the club Joe felt the player didn’t want to stay. He’s definitely a special player, an important player but at the same time he wasn’t playing, wasn’t a substitute for the coach. In my view after the interview – he’s the club and the club Figo said during a discussion on Sports 18, “Decided with a mutual agreement to separate the destinies of both. Well, it’s like that – mutual agreement. Everyone’s happy.”
Figo also spoke with the Portugal captain about the future of Ronaldo, who is now a free agent, after his contract expires. He believes Ronaldo’s future will now depend on a number of factors.
“Well, I don’t know. I think it is always a personal decision, depending on his goals and the offers coming in now. But it is his personal and sporting decision, which depends on the clubs. ” He added.
Ronaldo will be in action on Thursday as Portugal take on Ghana in their Group H clash.
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