Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo has been under sharp criticism Since he parted ways with Manchester united. The Portuguese star criticized the club's management and owners.
During an interview with citizen's Isaac swila, Ronaldo was questioned by the royal Media services news editor on his acrimonious divorce with the premier league giants, he then said it 'Is a closed chapter.
Currently The Portuguese foward is a free agent after his second stint at United ended abruptly last Tuesday.
After his historic World Cup goal against Ghana on Thursday, he has been fielding questions from journalists.
And citizen's own Swila was on hand to ask about how Ronaldo felt on the manner of his old Trafford exit following an dramatic interview with piers morgan on TalkTV where he criticized the club.
“What are your thoughts – it’s been a difficult week for you – after terminating your contract with Manchester United and now scoring a goal here. What does it mean for Portugal and what should we expect from the team and you in particular going forward?” Swila questioned the forward.
“The most important step is we won. It was a week that finished this chapter. This chapter is closed. We wanted to start well. We won, I could help my team. All the rest does not matter," Ronaldo responded.
Source: Citizen Digital
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