Thursday, December 8, 2022

Man Utd Tear Up Mural Containing Ronaldo’s Image From Old Trafford; Reason Revealed

Manchester United have removed a giant mural of Cristiano Ronaldo outside Old Trafford.

The 37-year-old said in a recent interview with Piers Morgan that he feels “betrayed” by the Red Devils, while he also criticised the club’s manager Erik ten Hag and owners the Glazers.

Ronaldo has a contract with the 20-time English champions until next June, but he is unlikely to play for the club again due to his recent comments, which caused shockwaves around the world of football.

Sporting Lisbon and Chelsea are among the clubs being linked with the forward, who is currently with the Portugal squad preparing for the start of the 2022 World Cup.

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However, it was later revealed that the poster was taken down so that it can be replaced with Rugby League World Cup branding ahead of this weekend.

It is understood the poster was always due to be removed this week, with the stadium hosting the final of men’s and women’s Rugby League World Cup on Saturday.

The giant space above the megastore at the forecourt will now feature branding ahead of that showpiece final, with Australia and New Zealand meeting in the women’s final at 1.15pm and Australia facing Samoa in the men’s final at 4pm.

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