Piers Morgan has announced that he has interviewed Cristiano Ronaldo, in what he has described as the “most explosive interview” the player has ever given.

Cristiano Ronaldo missed an away game against Fulham because of illness. He couldn’t be with the team (support at least), BUT he was able to do the interview.

How did the interview come about and when did it take place?

“The TV host was asked that question twice when appearing on UK radio station TalkSport on Monday morning. The Athletic understands it was filmed only last week. Morgan says the interview was a result of a ‘build up of deep frustration’ after Ronaldo’s stock plummeted at Old Trafford.

‘He knows it’s going to rattle a few cages,’ Morgan added”.

“United were informed of Ronaldo’s interview shortly before Morgan tweeted his first teaser and before that point only had suspicions that something of this nature was in the pipeline. The Cristiano Ronaldo interview was filmed last week”.

Cristiano Ronaldo, the star player for Manchester United, is the favorite to join Chelsea following a stunning interview and allegations against the Old Trafford club. – Reporting

“Some United players watched Ronaldo’s interview on phones when travelling back from the Fulham victory on Sunday night.

Despite social media scrutiny of a clip that appeared to show a frosty greeting between Fernandes and Ronaldo as they met up for Portugal duty on Monday,

sources close to Fernandes (who wished to remain anonymous to protect their positions) insisted to ‘The Athletic’ that it was a joke about his flight arriving late and that the exchange had been taken out of context”.

READ FULL article here >>>

❌🔴 Erik ten Hag has told @MUFC bosses that @CristianoRonaldo SHOULD NOT play for the club again.


👉 Ten Hag, who is not in Manchester but delayed the start of a family holiday to deal with the issue, believes Ronaldo has gone too far in his criticism of the club and the revelation that he “doesn’t respect” the MUFC boss.

sport 1

👀 Ten Hag is still of the opinion that a fit and motivated Ronaldo can help his team during the second half of the season but has told MUFC bosses that he is not willing to sacrifice unity within the squad to accommodate him. (Rob Dawson – ESPN) #MUFC