Portuguese superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo seems to have decided to cough it all amid his current Manchester United nightmare with him now exposing the club owners, the Glazer Family over their reluctance to invest in the team.
In the second part of the interview with Piers Morgan, the 37 year old ripped into the American owners, stating their don't care attitude towards the progress of the Red Devils as they only focus on marketing aspect.
"The owners of the club, Glazers, they don't care. I mean professionally, sportingly, they don't care. There are some things into the club that don't help Man United to reach top level," said the Sporting Lisbon academy graduate.
What's more, the former Real Madrid man pointed out that he has never spoken to the American billionaires stating that the duo- Joel and Avram have descendent all responsibilities to the club's C.E.O, Richard Anorld and Sporting director, John Murtough suggesting that it would be difficult for the club to compete at the top in the next three years with the current status.
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