Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo will not receive the rest of his dues from his English club, Manchester United, after the two parties agreed to terminate the contract that binds them with immediate effect.
And an exciting interview with journalist Piers Morgan on Talk TV this month, in which Ronaldo said that he does not respect coach Eric ten Hag, caused great tension in his relationship with the club, which he joined in August 2021 after winning eight major titles. With them in his first term from 2003 to 2009.
The newspaper “The Telegraph” revealed that Ronaldo and his former team officials agreed to leave without receiving his remaining dues with the club.
There is 8 months left in Ronaldo’s contract, which equals about 17 million pounds sterling, or approximately 20 million euros.
“ESPN” also confirmed that the urgent desire of the two parties to terminate the contract is the reason for Ronaldo’s satisfaction in giving up his money, and that the club’s management was ready to sue him if he did not want to give it up.
The Portuguese can move to any club on a free transfer now, after appearing in 54 matches in the red shirt since his return to Old Trafford in August 2021.