Cristiano Ronaldo felt Manchester United had “chopped his legs” and did not want him to “shine” or pay attention to ideas as his relationship with the team worsened.
In a recent, well publicized TalkTV interview, the Portuguese forward stated that United were attempting to get rid of him.
Additionally, he blasted United’s manager Erik ten Hag and asserted that the Glazer family, the club’s owners, don’t support the squad.
The five-time winner of the Ballon d’Or said he did not respect Dutchman ten Hag, who took over at Old Trafford in the summer, and claimed several United employees were attempting to force him out.
In the second segment of the full interview that aired on Piers Morgan Uncensored on Thursday night, Ronaldo provided more information about how he felt “betrayed” when his reunion with United turned sour.
“When I arrived at Manchester United, I always be available to help the team to do the good things, to put in the right spots, to compete with the best teams,” Ronaldo said.
“But it’s hard when they cut your legs and they don’t like you to shine and they don’t listen to your advice.
“I think I have words to advise to the club. I think I can help a lot, but when the infrastructure is not good…”