Rio Ferdinand, a legend at Manchester United, responded to the club’s decision to sever Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract.
While performing his reporting duties at the ongoing FIFA World Cup being held in Qatar, Ferdinand was speaking in an interview with the BBC. The Englishman feels that both sides will benefit from the decision to end the contract.
I thinks both parties will be delighted. ‘He did interview with mindset he wanted to get out the club. He wasn’t happy and he made it very clear. Also happy for Erik ten Hag, he has got what he wanted in this situation. Both are happy.
Ronaldo accused Manchester United of betraying him because he thought some of the club’s top managers were attempting to get rid of him. He also said that Erik Ten Hag, the manager, did not treat him with due respect, using the match against Tottenham as an example.