David Beckham is reportedly in talks with Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo over a possible move to Inter Miami.
The 37-year-old has dominated headlines this week after his brutal criticism of the Red Devils in an explosive interview with Piers Morgan.
The Portuguese said he felt betrayed by the way the club has treated him and also revealed he has no respect for Erik ten Hag.
According to The Sun, MLS club Inter Miami are interested in securing his signature.
The club’s owner Beckham has held discussions with the experienced forward, who is said to be keen on the move.
Ronaldo has no room to complain
Ronaldo has endured a difficult season at Manchester United, with Ten Hag preferring other players in attack.
He has started only four times in the Premier League, with a goal to his name.
However, given his performances, the Portuguese shouldn’t have many complaints.
He made some fair points on certain issues in his interview, but his comments about Ten Hag were unjustified.
Ronaldo refused to come onto the pitch against Tottenham Hotspur a few weeks ago.
And the former Ajax manager punished the forward by dropping him for the league game at Chelsea.
Ten Hag made the right decision as he sent a powerful message that disruptive behaviour will not be tolerated no matter who the player is.
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