Cristiano Ronaldo has again spoken on the controversial TV interview he recently had with Piers Morgan.
The 37-year-old has claimed that he does not care what people think of him in the wake of the controversial comments he made about Manchester United.
He now faces an increasingly uncertain future at Old Trafford as his relationship with head coach Erik ten Hag – and the Red Devils fanbase – appears untenable. United were said to be ‘furious’ after being caught by surprise over Ronaldo’s TV interview, with the five-time Ballon d’Or winner claiming that he felt betrayed by the club.
As a result, the Mirror report that the club have been seeking legal advice and the Portugal international could be sacked if his behaviour is judged to be ‘a serious enough breach of discipline’.
Ronaldo could even be offloaded before the January transfer window opens, leaving the door wide open for Todd Boehly and Chelsea to swoop back in for him.
Despite the media circus ignited by the Portuguese star, he’s insistent that the speculation regarding his future won’t bother him ore his Portugal teammates.
Ronaldo claimed that there’s two sides to every story and he’s confident that the tide will soon turn in his favour.
Speaking to the press on Monday, ahead of Portugal’s World Cup opener against Ghana, he said: “Timing is always timing. From your side it is easy to look at how we can chose timings.”