Cristiano Ronaldo say Manchester United’s owners the Glazer family “don’t care” about how successful the Premier League giants are on the pitch in another salvo against the club.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has been a peripheral figure this season under new manager Erik ten Hag and was disciplined for refusing to come on as a substitute.
But the Portugal superstar had returned to the side in recent weeks and even captained the Red Devils in a 3-1 loss at Aston Villa.
However, the 37-year-old was absent from the squad in Sunday’s 2-1 victory over Fulham in United’s final match before a six-week break for the World Cup.
In an explosive interview with TalkTV on Sunday Ronaldo, who made his name at Old Trafford, said he felt “betrayed” by United and that he believed senior club figures were trying to oust him.
In another part of the interview released on Monday he continued to wage war on the club where he made his name during his first stint at Old Trafford from 2003 to 2009.
The forward, who returned to the club last year, said he does not speak to the Glazers, the Americans who have owned United since 2005, and they do not have the club’s best interests at heart.
“The Glazers, they don’t care…