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Cristiano Ronaldo is officially free after the termination of his contract with Manchester United. But C7 will not remain without a club for long.
A few days before Portugal entered the World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo officially terminated his contract with Manchester United. The divorce was no longer in doubt for several days between the Red Devils and CR7 after the punch interview of the former Real Madrid striker at the microphone of Piers Morgan. In the latter, Cristiano Ronaldo had for example admitted that he no longer had any respect for Erik Ten Hag and had complained of his brutal downgrading. Result of the races: Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo have reached an amicable agreement for the termination of his contract. The Portugal striker will now have to find a new club and according to the Gazzetta, he dreams of PSG or even Chelsea but it is Newcastle who holds the rope since Mohammed ben Salmane would like to enlist him for 6 or 18 months before leaving. sent to Al-Nassr FC to end his career.
Piers Morgan sends Cristiano Ronaldo to Arsenal
Time for Phase 2. pic.twitter.com/DhjHMF9wPR
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 22, 2022
Piers Morgan, who conducted the interview with Cristiano Ronaldo a few days ago, has other plans for the Portuguese international. Indeed, the famous British journalist posted an enigmatic tweet titled “Time for Phase 2” with a photo of Cristiano Ronaldo proudly wearing an Arsenal jersey. A cliché that is enormously reacted on social networks, where Gunners fans suddenly start dreaming of a totally unexpected signing of Cristiano Ronaldo at the Emirates Stadium. No doubt it would make a lot of noise in the Premier League but in reality, one wonders if Mikel Arteta would be really delighted with the recruitment of Cristiano Ronaldo. We can legitimately ask the question in view of the style of play advocated by the Spaniard, who requires constant pressing from each of his players. Above all, Arsenal are currently leaders of the Premier League with a scorer in great form in the person of Gabriel Jesus and do not really seem to need the recruitment of a player as cumbersome as CR7.