Former Real Madrid star, Luis Figo has disclosed that Man United manager, Erik Ten Hag’s decision not to use Cristiano Ronaldo in games contributed to his action to leave the club.
Recall that the Portuguese left the club recently on mutual agreement after his explosive interview with Piers Morgan.
However, in a chat with NDTV Sports, Figo stated that both parties are happy with their decision.
“After all the situations that came, I think it was the decision of both. A mutual agreement, I think, is beneficial for both,” Figo told NDTV Sports.
“For himself because he was not playing and for the club that feels that the player doesn’t want to stay. He’s of course, a special player, an important player, but at the same time, he was not playing, not being an option for the coach.
“He was complaining about the club and the club decided with a mutual agreement to separate the destiny of both. Well, it’s like that – mutual agreement, everyone’s happy.”
When asked where he thought Ronaldo would go, Figo added: “Well, I don’t know. I think it’s always a personal decision, depending on the goals he has, and the offers that are coming now.”
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