Ronaldo agreed to leave without Pay, Manchester United saves £16 million

Ronaldo agreed to leave without Pay, Manchester United saves £16 million

Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo’s breakdown was reportedly amicable, with no financial repercussions.

Ronaldo’s second stint at Old Trafford came to an end on Tuesday when his contract was terminated by mutual consent.

When a player leaves a club by mutual agreement, the two parties usually agree on a fee based on the remaining salary payments owed.

Ronaldo had 32 weeks left on his contract, which paid £500,000 per week.

If Ronaldo had stayed at Old Trafford until the end of his contract, United would have had to pay him an additional £16 million.

However, according to the news, United and Ronaldo agreed to a clean break, which means they have no further financial obligations to the 37-year-old.

From the start of next year, Ronaldo will be able to join a new club on a free transfer.

“The club wishes him and his family all the best for the future and would like to thank him for his outstanding contribution, scoring 145 goals in 346 appearances in two games at Old Trafford.”

Everyone at Manchester United is committed to continuing the development of the team under Erik on Hag and working together to achieve success on the pitch. “

Ronaldo’s contract with Manchester United will expire in June, but the club is trying to end it after striker Morgana admitted that the club has had “no progress” and “no respect” since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013. Ten Hag.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo, who joined United from Juventus in 2021, said it was “time for a new challenge”. He said: “After discussions with Manchester United, we have agreed to end our contract early.

“I love Manchester United and I love the fans, that will not change. However, it feels like the right time to look for a new challenge.

I wish the team the best for the rest of the season and the future.”

Ronaldo is preparing to make his World Cup debut in Qatar when Portugal faces Ghana on Thursday.

As soon as he leaves Old Trafford, he can join another club and not have to wait until the January transfer window.

United want to resolve the situation quickly, with sources telling ESPN they are prepared to sue for breach of contract if a mutual agreement is not reached.

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