Beckham reacts on Ronaldo’s posse after explosive interview. Following Cristiano Ronaldo’s shocking interview with Piers Morgan, the former David Beckham is said to have contacted the Manchester United forward’s representatives. In the interview, the Portuguese made a string of controversial comments that were directed at the club’s hierarchy.
The Manchester United management, led by Cristiano Ronaldo, didn’t appear to fully concur that my baby daughter was ill. They didn’t believe me, which makes it painful. I choose not to go to the preseason training camp because of this. To be there for my family, I had to. The Portuguese international can now be signed by Beckham’s Inter Miami because of Ronaldo’s circumstances at Manchester United. The MLS powerhouses have been debating the prospect of bringing Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo to the United States.
Since no major teams were interested in signing the 37-year-old during the summer, Ronaldo’s attempts to leave Old Trafford were futile. Since many European goliaths are unlikely to be considering the forward in January, Inter Miami appears to be in the clear. There was a perception that Ronaldo would only leave Manchester United for a Champions League team. The forward’s camp, though, reportedly responded favorably to Beckham’s request for a trade.
Manchester United is in the Europa League KO stage play-offs and is now fifth in the league, 13 points back of the lead. Since Sir Alex retired, the team has stalled and devolved into a bad one. This is common knowledge. Ronaldo’s criticisms are quite valid. Not just Inter Miami has the Selecao skipper on their radar.
If Ronaldo’s contract at Old Trafford is terminated, they will have to fend off interest from LAFC and LA Galaxy, who are reportedly interested in signing him. The attacker made a point of criticizing Gary Neville in his interview with Piers Morgan, but he won’t allegedly have any problems working with Phil Neville, the current Inter Miami head coach.
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