Cristiano Ronaldo said he felt "double-crossed" by Manchester Joined as he guaranteed supervisor Erik ten Witch and other senior leaders are attempting to drive him out of the club in an unstable meeting on Sunday.
The five-time Ballon d'Or champ has been a fringe figure on the field for Joined since Ten Witch assumed responsibility in May.
Ronaldo was focused in the wake of declining to come on as a substitute in a 2-0 win over Tottenham last month, yet had gotten back to the side as of late and, surprisingly, captained the Red Fiends in a 3-1 misfortune at Aston Manor last weekend.
However, the 37-year-old was missing from the crew in Sunday's 2-1 triumph over Fulham in Joined's last match before a six-week break for the World Cup.
"I don't have regard for him since he doesn't recognize me," Ronaldo said of Ten Witch in a meeting with the Docks Morgan Uncensored Network program.
"The mentor, yet one more a few people around the club. I felt sold out."
When tested once more assuming that senior club chiefs were attempting to remove him, Ronaldo answered: "Indeed, I felt double-crossed and I felt like certain individuals don't need me here, this year as well as last year as well."
Ronaldo got back to Old Trafford in August 2021 from Juventus.
His most memorable spell at Joined had been a great one under the tutelage of Alex Ferguson, bringing home three Chief Association championships, the Heroes Association and the first of his Ballon d'Or crowns as the best player on the planet.
However, the 37-year-old was absent from the squad in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Fulham in United's last match before a six-week break for the World Cup.
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