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Cristiano Ronaldo feels betrayed by the Man United hierarchy. Image via AFP

Cristiano Ronaldo: I feel betrayed

Cristiano Ronaldo wants OUT of Manchester United. Check out this exclusive interview he gave to Piers Morgan.

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Cristiano Ronaldo feels betrayed by the Man United hierarchy. Image via AFP

Cristiano Ronaldo has told Piers Morgan in an exclusive interview that Manchester United has betrayed him.

The iconic Portuguese attacker told all in an explosive Sunday night expose, saying that he feels he’s being forced out of Manchester United and been made into a black sheep.

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Cristiano Ronaldo sees no improvement at Man United

“Nothing has changed here since Sir Alex left. When I decided to return to Manchester United, I followed my heart. Sir Alex Ferguson said to me: ‘It’s impossible for you to come to Manchester City!’. And I said: ‘Ok, Boss’”.

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CR7 spills the beans. Video: @piersmorgan / twitter

On the pitch, United had teenage Argentinian starlet Alejandro Garnacho to thank for his injury time heroics as they beat Fulham 2-1 yesterday. However, Cristiano Ronaldo wasn’t included in the Red Devils squad, as you might have gathered by now. Meanwhile, the Red Devils’ next Premier League assignment is on December 27th against Nottingham Forest.

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CR7 will now be fully focused on leading his country at World Cup 2022, where Portugal will be one of the dangerous outsiders.

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Cristiano Ronaldo will be pivotal to Portugal’s chances at World Cup 2022. Photo: PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP.

Will we ever see Cristiano in a United jersey again? One thing is for sure, this particular saga isn’t close to being resolved. Besides, this isn’t an ordinary footballer we’re dealing with here. Basically, we have to wait six weeks to see how this all ends up.

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