Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United, according to Ruben Neves, appears to be in "amazing shape" for the World Cup.
Only three goals have been scored by Ronaldo this year, and two of those came against FC Sheriff (a rebound and a penalty). He hasn't received regular starts from Erik ten Hag, which prompted the player to spill the beans in a shocking interview with Piers Morgan this week.
United are contemplating the idea of terminating Ronaldo' s contract and are currently looking at taking legal action for a potential breach of contract after the 37-year-old criticized the club and Ten Hag among other things.
After the final segment of Cristiano Ronaldo' s interview aired on Thursday night, the club issued a statement on Friday confirming that they have "taken proper steps." It seems almost probable that Ronaldo has played his final game at Old Trafford.
Ronaldo will participate at the World Cup, though, and it appears that he has a point to make in the competition in Qatar, as Wolves' Neves explained when the midfielder was questioned about the player's interview.
He's in fantastic shape, from what I've seen in training, Neves said at a press conference on Sunday. He doesn't worry us at all because, as a team, we are perfectly aware of the things that need improvement in order for each player to stand out on game day.
Cristiano will be incredible if we work well together.
Ronaldo will turn 38 in February, and this World Cup will be his last.
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