Cristiano Ronaldo agreed this Tuesday, by mutual agreement, his departure from Manchester United after the scandalous interview about his situation in the English club. However, the Portuguese player had unresolved pending accounts and his new situation has not prevented him from freeing himself from the sanctions of the FA, the English Football Association.

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Specifically, due to the controversial episode that he experienced in April, when, after a defeat for his team, he threw his mobile phone at a 14-year-old autistic Everton follower.

As anticipated Mirror, the FA has indicated that this conduct by the Portuguese star was “inappropriate and/or violent”. The boyfriend of Georgina Rodriguez, who apologized for what happened, has been sanctioned with a two-game suspension. He will have to abide by it if he continues to play for another Premier League team. In addition, they have filed a fine of 50,000 pounds, which is equivalent to 58,000 euros.

His departure from Manchester United

This conflict with the young Everton fan has been resolved at the same time as his departure from Manchester United, a team in which he also played in a first stage between 2003 and 2009.

“After the talks with Manchester United, we have agreed to terminate our contract early. I love Manchester United and I love the fans, that will never change (…) It is the right time to look for a new challenge,” Cristiano said. this Tuesday.

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His departure has come after his interview with Piers Morgan, in which he was at ease against the club and the coach and touched on issues of a personal nature, such as the death of one of his twins last April.

The experts assure that Newcastle is rubbing their hands, since they already made him an offer last summer and he has many ballots for Cristiano to reconsider the same from January. Others, however, point to a withdrawal in his native country, specifically at Sporting Clube de Portugal.