A €130 million offer from a Saudi Arabian club to leave Manchester United in the summer, according to former CNN host Piers Morgan, was turned down by Cristiano Ronaldo.
For their 1-1 draw with Chelsea last Saturday, Erik ten Hag left Ronaldo out of his team.
That penalty was imposed after Ronaldo resisted being used as a substitute during the team's victory over Tottenham in the previous week.
Former United defender Gary Neville has urged the two parties to “end their relationship”.
Morgan has now suggested that Ronaldo could have left ahead of this season.
He slammed reports that the 37-year-old has attracted no interest from clubs, calling it a “lie leaked by United management”.
Morgan tweeted, “More lies leaked by United management to damage him..." @Cristiano received an offer of 130m euros to play for one season in Saudi but turned it down.”
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