LIVE: Cristiano Ronaldo told NOT to return to Carrington – what outlets are reporting

LIVE: Cristiano Ronaldo told NOT to return to Carrington - what outlets are reporting

Several legit sources have reported that Manchester United chiefs have ordered Cristiano Ronaldo NOT to return to Carrington after his involvement in the World Cup.

Ronaldo made some strong allegations about Erik ten Hag, the Glazers family and the training facilities during his interview with Piers Morgan Uncensored.

The Portugal international also confirmed in the interview that he has no idea if he would be a Manchester United player in January.

However, following the latest reports from legit sources, the five-time Ballon d’Or’s prediction might have come true after one of the sources said United have ordered him not to return to Carrington after the World Cup.

According to Daily Mail, Manchester United have taken the first steps towards kicking Ronaldo out of the club + he will effectively be sacked for breach of contract which will be torn up + Portugal star set to lose £16m in wages.

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The same source confirmed that Man United decided there was no way back + team-mates said to be ambivalent towards him.

Manchester United exploring terminating Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract. Talking with lawyers over legal action, reported by Laurie Whitwell via The Athletic.

Daily Mail reported also do not want to pay Cristiano Ronaldo any compensation after tearing up his contract because it would be seen as rewarding disloyalty.

The Glazers, Richard Arnold, John Murtough and Ten Hag decided that Cristiano Ronaldo has burnt his bridges at #MUFC and there was no way back for him at the club, reported by Chris Wheeler.

Manchester United’s lawyers are SATISFIED that Cristiano Ronaldo has breached the terms of his contract.

According to ESPN, Ronaldo will be informed he is not welcome back at United’s Carrington training base after the tournament in Qatar.

United are hoping to conclude their action against Ronaldo “as swiftly as possible.”

Sources say as well as seeking to terminate his current deal, #MUFC are looking at potentially suing Cristiano Ronaldo for breach of contract.

According to @hirstclass via The Times, Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer welcome at Carrington.