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Cristiano Ronaldo Fined £50,000 and a two-match ban

The English football association has fined former Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo £50,000 and given him a two-match suspension.

The FA’s investigation into Ronaldo’s smashing of a fan’s phone at Goodison Park in April after Man United lost to Everton the previous season is now complete, and Ronaldo has been given his punishment.

This news comes one day after it was revealed that the five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s contract with United was mutually terminated as a result of his explosive Piers Morgan interview in which he spoke out against the club’s management and manager Erik ten Hag.

The club, according to Ronaldo, has not changed since Sir Alex Ferguson left in 2013, and there has been no progress at all. He added that he didn’t respect Ten Hag because the management didn’t respect him.

Additionally, Man United’s owners, the Glazers, declared on Tuesday night that they were selling the team and were open to offers.

If Ronaldo joins another Premier League team, he would be subject to a two-game suspension, according to The Mirror UK. The 37-year-old has been linked to moves to Chelsea and Newcastle.

Cristiano Ronaldo is now in Qatar getting ready for Portugal’s World Cup opener on Thursday against Ghana.

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