Manchester United will release Cristiano Ronaldo over his comments. Reports

Cristiano Ronaldo's relationship with Manchester United appears to have taken a bad turn as the Premier League club is reportedly considering terminating

Ronaldo's contract due to his controversial comments made on the Piers Morgan show.

The club has requested that the famous striker not come back to the Carrington training facility when the FIFA World Cup in Qatar is over, according to the Guardian.

According to the source, Manchester United has also retained attorneys to pursue legal action against the Portuguese player for potential contract violations.

In his contentious interview with British journalist Piers Morgan, which was just shown on TalkTV, Ronaldo made a number of accusations about the team.

In the interview, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner claimed that Manchester United failed to show compassion when his younger daughter was admitted to the hospital in July of

this year and that he felt like he was being intentionally forced out of the organization. Ronaldo further broke the bombshell by declaring that he doesn't 'like' boss Eric Ten

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Hag in his statements. Ronaldo even continued by claiming that the Glazer family, who own Manchester United, do not have a strong sense of loyalty to the team.

In a statement that they released on Friday, Manchester United said, "Manchester United has this morning begun appropriate procedures in reaction to

Cristiano Ronaldo's recent media interview. Until this procedure is over, we won't be saying anything else.