It affects us all – Varane on Cristiano Ronaldo’s interview about Man Utd
Raphael Varane, a defender for Manchester United, has commented on the controversy sparked by Cristiano Ronaldo's most recent interview.
During a heated interview this week with British journalist Piers Morgan, Ronaldo criticized Manchester United's owners, the Glazers, manager Erik ten Hag, and a number of other subjects.
The captain of Portugal's direct remarks have sparked disagreements among commentators and supporters.
Varane, a Real Madrid teammate of Ronaldo's, commented on the situation, claiming that the 37-year-old's most recent comments concern every Manchester United player.
Varane told French radio station Europe 1: “Obviously, it affects us." We follow what is happening and what is being said.
“We try to calm the situation in our own way; we try not to get too involved in it.”
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