Manchester United have made their feelings clear about the current Cristiano Ronaldo situation.
Recent images have been leaked of a mural outside Old Trafford being removed which contains Cristiano Ronaldo in a full kit.
This comes after the recent controversy containing Ronaldo, which he appeared in an interview with Piers Morgan, set to be released to the world tonight.
Manchester United must be preparing for the imminent dismissal of the Portuguese star, they are currently awaiting legal advice before any action is taken.
Ronaldo said he felt ‘betrayed’ after the way he has been treated by United.
Ronaldo was heading back to Manchester but he was very close to joining rivals and close neighbours Manchester City but he chose to go back to where his career took off at United.
A decision he may now regret.
“I love Manchester United, I love the fans, they’re always on my side. But if they want to do it different… they have to change many, many things.”
He also said: “As Picasso said, you have to destroy it to rebuild it (the artist’s exact quote was: ‘Every act of creation is first an act of destruction.’) and if they start with me, for me, it’s not a problem.
“He knows. Everyone knows. The people who don’t see that… it’s because they don’t want to see; they are blind.”
“The fans for me are everything. This is why I give this interview, because I think it’s the right time to speak my mind.”
United manager Erik ten Hag says this behaviour is unacceptable and punishment is necessary, the club have also fined him £1m for taking part in the interview.