(Video) Bruno Fernandes shares awkward greetings with Cristiano Ronaldo after Piers Morgan interview

(Video) Bruno Fernandes shares awkward greetings with Cristiano Ronaldo after Piers Morgan interview

Manchester United stars Bruno Fernandes and Cristiano Ronaldo shared an awkward greeting when both met on international duty hours after Ronaldo’s interview broke out.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner called out Man United and made some strong allegations about the owners and coaches.

Ronaldo claimed in the interview that Erik ten Hag and a few persons in the club are forcing him out of Manchester United.

The Portuguese star also said the obvious that the Glazers family don’t care about Manchester United as a football club, claiming that they view United as a marketing club.

Many fans agreed with Ronaldo in the majority of what he has said so far in his interview but his comment about Erik ten Hag didn’t go down well with the Red Army.

The Portuguese star publicly said he doesn’t have respect for Ten Hag and said the Dutchman is trying to force him out of Manchester United, despite the ex-Ajax manager stating in the press that Ronaldo remains a huge part of his team.

Bruno Fernandes and Cristiano Ronaldo met on international duty after the interview and their greetings have raised suggestions that Fernandes didn’t agree with everything Ronaldo said about the club.

Cristiano Ronaldo went on to predict that Manchester United won’t be back to the club in two or three years time due to some things happening at the club.

Cristiano Ronaldo on the Glazers: “They will get its money from the marketing, the sport, it’s . . . they don’t really care, in my opinion.”

Cristiano Ronaldo on if he agrees with the fans that say the Glazers take the money out of the club and not enough on players and the club: ” The fans are always right and they should know the truth. The players want the best for the club, so do I.”

Cristiano Ronaldo added: “In my opinion it will be hard for Manchester [United] to be in the top of the game in the next two or three years.”