The Premier League team announced on Tuesday that forward Cristiano Ronaldo will depart with immediate effect. The Portuguese captain’s painful second stint at Old Trafford comes to an end with this.
“By mutual consent, Cristiano Ronaldo will depart Manchester United immediately. The team wishes him and his family the best of luck in the future and expresses gratitude for his enormous contribution during his two stints at Old Trafford, where he scored 145 goals in 346 games “In a statement, United stated.
The team thanked the striker for his enormous contribution during his two stints at Old Trafford, during which he scored 145 goals in 346 games, and expressed its best wishes for the future to him and his family.
Everyone at Manchester United is still committed to advancing the group’s achievements under Erik ten Hag and cooperating to produce results on the field, according to the statement.
The 37-year-old released a statement of his own that read: “We have decided to terminate our contract early after talking with Manchester United.
“I adore Manchester United and the supporters, and that won’t ever change. But now seems like the perfect time for me to look for a fresh challenge.
“I wish the team nothing but success for the rest of the year and beyond,”
The Club stated on November 14 that they were “considering their response” to Cristiano’s interview in which he claimed he felt “betrayed” by the club.
Since Erik ten Hag assumed management of United in May, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has played only a supporting role.