Manchester United finally reached a mutual agreement with Cristiano Ronaldo yesterday and decided to terminate his contract which was supposed to end in January following his explosive interview with Morgan after Premier League was paused due to the World Cup tournament.
According to Pier, the five times Ballon d'Or winner will be happy to move from Old Trafford to pursue his career in another club that could respect him after claiming that Ten Hag and Glazer family are not respecting him.
In the last summer, the Portuguese Captain tried to end his contract with this club prematurely after failing to turn up for the pre-season training but the new boss of United convinced him and brought him back to his squad.
Cristiano has been going through very difficult moments in his football career which has forced the manager of United to bench him in some last games of this club.
Morgan said that "But I think he will be happy, he's now free to pursue his career with a club that hopefully will show him a bit more respect than the current ownership and executives at Manchester United."
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