EPL Roy Keane gives verdict on Ronaldo’s contract termination with Man Utd. The late Roy Keane of Manchester United has argued that striker Cristiano Ronaldo ought to have departed the team in the summer.
Keane was responding to Ronaldo’s contract being terminated by Manchester United.
Additionally, he stated that Ronaldo’s issue should have been handled differently by Erik ten Hag, manager of Manchester United.
Tuesday night, Ronaldo and Man United made the shocking announcement that the Portuguese player’s contract at Old Trafford had been cancelled with immediate effect.
A week ago, he gave a shocking interview to British journalist Piers Morgan.
For the past few months, it has been planned. The turning point was the interview. It is similar to getting divorced when a relationship ends, Keane told ITV.
He ought to have departed in the summer since the new management wouldn’t have used him. Ronaldo cannot be a supporting actor; it is just wrong.
“The Dutch are honest talkers,” continued Keane. He has positive plans for the team, himself, and the supporters. When the World Cup is over, they return to the league and are eager to get going.
“You must behave differently with the best players.
“I don’t want to bring up pressing once again. Ronaldo returned to the team to score goals, not to do that function.
“Let him depart before things become really nasty in the summer. There, Ronaldo has exhausted his patience. The outcome was not favorable, but that is life.