See Full Details On Ronaldo’s Explosive Interview On How Manchester United Have Betrayed Him.

Manchester United forward, Cristiano Ronaldo has stated that he feels “betrayed” by the way he has been treated by Manchester United.

In an interview with journalist Piers Morgan, Ronaldo revealed that he is annoyed that he’s been made a “black sheep” who is blamed for everything that has gone wrong at the club, and believes he is now being actively forced out.

It was just over 14 months ago that Ronaldo sensationally re-signed for Manchester United in a comeback story that stunned and enthralled the world of football.

He was heading to United’s great rivals Manchester City when a personal appeal from his great mentor and father figure, Sir Alex Ferguson, drove him back to where he started.

“I followed my heart,” he says simply, tapping his chest. “He (Sir Alex) said to me, ‘It’s impossible for you to come to Manchester City’, and I said, ‘OK, Boss’”, Ronaldo stated.

“The progress was zero,” he sighs. “Since Sir Alex left, I saw no evolution in the club. Nothing had changed.” he added.

In the 90-minute TV interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo disclosed that this period has been “most difficult period of my life”, both professionally and personally.

Ronaldo who has had over three bosses in the last one year, disclosed his relationship and what he feels about his managers.

According to Ronaldo he has nothing but respect for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who was sacked just weeks after he returned to the Old Trafford.

For the other two, Ralf Rangnick and current manager Erik ten Hag, he has little good to say.

Of Rangnick, who had spent just two years of the last decade as a manager, he says: “If you’re not even a coach, how are you going to be the boss of Manchester United? I’d never even heard of him.”

Of Ten Hag, who suspended Ronaldo last month for refusing to come on as a last-minute substitute against Tottenham, he says: “I don’t have respect for him because he doesn’t show respect for me.

“If you don’t have respect for me, I’m never gonna have respect for you.”

As for some of his most vociferous critics, like another former team-mate Wayne Rooney who has publicly attacked Ronaldo for months and urged United to get rid of him, he is witheringly scornful of their headline-grabbing motives.

He says: “I don’t know why he criticises me so badly . . . probably because he finished his career and I’m still playing at high level.”

Then he chuckles and adds: “I’m not going to say that I’m looking better than him. Which is true . . . ”

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