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Cristiano Ronaldo opens up on Man Utd exit as he joins Portugal squad



CRISTIANO RONALDO has revealed that he is now a “better man” following his exit from Man United.

The Portuguese star left the club after his  explosive interview with Piers Morgan.

Ronaldo struggled for game time in his final months at Man United
He is now enjoying his football for Al Nassr
He has joined up with Portugal for their Euro qualification matches

His final months at the club were filled with trouble as he struggled to star under new manager Erik ten Hag.

Ronaldo even refused to come on as a substitute against Tottenham before his appearance on Morgan’s TalkTV show.

In which he criticised the Dutch manager and the club’s Glazer ownership, leading to his contract being mutually terminated.


He has since joined Saudi Arabian football club Al Nassr on a staggering £173-million-a-year deal.

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Ronaldo has rediscovered his goalscoring form netting nine goals in his first eight Saudi Pro League games.

And he has now claimed that he has moved on from his struggles at Man United.

During a Portugal press conference ahead of their international fixtures, Ronaldo said of his issues at the Red Devils: “Sometimes, you have to go through some things to see who is on my side.

“I have no problem saying, I had a bad career run, but there’s no time for regrets.

“Life goes on and, doing well or not, it was part of my growth.


“When we are at the top of the mountain, we often cannot see what is below.


“Now, I’m more prepared and learning that was important because I had never been through this, like in the last few months.

“Now I’m a better man.”

Ronaldo has only addressed his exit from Old Trafford once before as he said “this chapter is closed” when asked about it during the Qatar World Cup.

For now, he will be focused on helping Portugal in their Euro qualification matches against Luxembourg and Lichtenstein.

Source: The Sun


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