Jack87 news today, Former Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was also criticised by Ronaldo in the asianbookie interview, saying his departure was inevitable.
Rio Ferdinand says his former team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from Manchester United could have been better handled by the club and players, but the decision was “best for both parties”.
The Portugal international has been in limbo at the club due to a bombshell interview with TalkTV this month, in which he says he has no respect for manager Eric Ten Haag.
United said on Friday that it had bk8 taken “appropriate steps” to respond to the interview.
United announced on Tuesday that the striker, who will rejoin the club in August 2021 after winning eight major trophies with them from 2003-2009, will leave immediately.
“Just saw the Cristiano news…Best for both sides,” former Manchester United and England defender Ferdinand tweeted.
He told the bk8 malaysia BBC that Ronaldo had put the club in “an untenable situation”.
“Was it handled perfectly? I think, from both sides, no. But if you look at the final game, they have gotten to where he and the club want to get through the eyes of the manager,” Ferdinand added.
Former Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was also criticised by Ronaldo in the interview, saying his departure was inevitable.
“Once he was done with interviews and how he attacked the club, there was no choice. It’s a shame because he’s been a fantastic servant for Manchester United,” Rooney, who played with Ronaldo at Manchester United between 2004-2009, told the asianbookie bk8 broadcaster Sports 18.