Carragher claims Ronaldo wants to get sacked

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Jamie Carragher has claimed that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to be sacked following his interview with Piers Morgan.

Manchester United excitement from getting a late winner against Fulham in the Premier League might have been cut short with bombshell interview done by Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Portuguese star in his interview slammed the current manager Erik Ten Hag, former manager Ralf Ragnick and the club.

Speaking in the interview Ronaldo claims not to have respect for Ten Hag because he was not respected by the Dutchman.

He then criticized the club for moving backward with the appointment of Ragnick after Ole was sacked and also with the old facilities in their training center.

Skysports pundit Jamie Carragher has stated that the former Juventus star wants to be sacked because he is not getting the attention he wants at the club.

“He wants to be sacked, that’s obvious. He told the club in the summer that he wanted to leave, which is football – these things happen.

“There were no takers, maybe because of his wages or the price Manchester United wanted. I think he knows that’s going to be the same in this next transfer window and maybe the following summer and he is now trying to be sacked or wants to leave on a free. That’s the only way he’s going to get out.

“And I think United should sack him or move him on by giving him a free transfer. At the moment, they’re trying to build something that is not trying to win the Premier League or the Champions League right now.

“The manager will want to push for those honours in the next two or three years and Ronaldo is not going to be around.

“He is going to be a distraction, this will not go away. As soon as a player comes out and says he doesn’t respect the manager, how is that going to work when he walks into the first day of the post-World Cup season? It can’t work that going forward – there will be people taking pictures, we will be asking about Ronaldo to the manager in interviews for Sky. United don’t need the hassle.”

Cristiano Ronaldo will represent his country Portugal at the World Cup in Qatar which is schedule to start this month.



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