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Ronaldo’s contract may get canceled

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Ronaldo’s contract may get canceled. Following Cristiano Ronaldo‘s explosive interview with Piers Morgan, Manchester United is allegedly considering canceling the player’s contract. According to recent reporting from The Athletic, Ronaldo’s current contract may be voided as a result of the legal action United is currently considering taking against the 37-year-old. The information was revealed after United said in a statement that they were “initiating the proper actions” on Friday.

Following remarks aired on Morgan’sTalkTV in which he criticized the United owners, players, and management, both past and present, Ronaldo might see his contract revoked. The incendiary interview prompted pundits to call for the player to be fired, with Gary Neville, an ex-United player, being the most recent. According to The Athletic’s story, this might actually happen.

This will happen if United determines that Ronaldo is in violation of the contract that all Premier League players sign, which requires them to follow the club’s legal directives and forbids them from writing or doing anything that would be detrimental to the club. According to The Athletic, United would need to ascertain the depth of any contract violation in order to ascertain the potential results, one of which might be its termination. The club has declared that it will continue the process internally and won’t speak further until it is finished.

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Salman Shaikh
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