Bruno Fernandes show unexpecтed ‘snuв’ attitude to Ronaldo in Portugal dressing room

Bruno Fernandes did not appear to be pleased to see Manchester United teammate Cristiano Ronaldo as the two stars prepared to represent Portugal at the World Cup in Qatar. Following the publication of an explosive interview with Piers Morgan in which he reveɑled his dissatisfaction with the club, Ronaldo has set tongues wagging.

Ronaldo attempts to greet Fernandes with a handshake in footage posted to social media on Monday evening from the Portugal camp. Although the midfielder accepts, Ronaldo is left open-mouthed as Fernandes appears to greet him in the most frostiest way. Fernandes speaks briefly to Ronaldo before glancing back at the five-time Ballon d’Or winner and walking off to join his teammates.

It remɑins to be seen whether there is more to the clip than meets the eye, but it appears to imply that Ronaldo’s comments did not sit well with those who represent United.

The first clips from Ronaldo’s interview with Morgan began to circulate on Sunday, with the superstar claiming he felt ‘betrayed’ by the Red Devils, despite struggling to break into Erik ten Hag’s team so far this season.

When asked if he believed United were attempting to force him out, Ronaldo replied, “Yes, not only the coach [Ten Hag] but the other two or three guys there around the club. Yes [at senior executive level]. I felt betrayed.

“I don’t have respect for him (Ten Hag) because he doesn’t show respect for me. If you don’t have respect for me, I’m never gonna have respect for you.”

Ronaldo went even further in a Monday snippet, claiming that the club did not believe he was telling the тrυтн when he skipped the team’s pre-season tour to care for his sick newborn daughter.

“I spoke with the directive and president of Manchester United,” he continued. “They kind of did not believe that there was something going wrong, which made me feel bad. They believed, but in the same way, I’m never going to change the health of my family for football. Never. Now, or ten years ago or forward.

After a – very – brief exchange, Fernandes turned to greet his other international team-mates

“It’s something that really hurt me because they doubted my word and that I struggled, especially Belle and Jill. I didn’t go to pre-season because of that, because I wouldn’t let anything happen to my family for pre-season. I don’t think that’s fair, and that’s why I didn’t go.”

It remɑins to be seen whether the strained relationship between Ronaldo and Fernandes will jeopardize Portugal’s World Cup bid. On November 24, the European giants will face Ghana in their first World Cup match.

Man Utd break silence with curt statement after Cristiano Ronaldo’s explosive interview

Manchester United has spoken out about Cristiano Ronaldo’s contentious interview with Piers Morgan. Ronaldo sparked outrage among Manchester United fans and some of his former teammates with comments he made in a partially aired interview on Sunday night.

The 37-year-old launched a stinging attɑck on club legend Wayne Rooney, claiming he has been portrayed as the “black sheep” at United. The most vᴇnomous remarks were reserved for Ralf Rangnick and Erik ten Hag, both of whom Ronaldo admitted he had little to no respect for.

United has now threatened to punish him for his comments, but the club has stated that they have yet to decide what action to take. “Manchester United notes the media coverage regarding an interview with Cristiano Ronaldo,” read the statement.

“The club will consider its response after the full facts have been established. Our focus remɑins on preparing for the second half of the season and continuing the momentum, belief and togetherness being built among the players, manager, staff, and fans.”