Cristiano Ronaldo has left Manchester United without receiving any compensation after the two parties agreed to rip up his contract.
The Premier League may not have seen the last of the 37-year-old Portuguese, however, as United have not included a clause in his settlement that forbids him from joining another English club.
United announced this evening that they had come to a “mutual agreement” with Ronaldo to terminate their star forward’s contract, which was due to expire at the end of June next year.
In ripping up the player’s contract, United have saved themselves about £15.5 million in wages. It is understood that United did not give Ronaldo a payoff because they were convinced that they could argue in court that the Portuguese was guiltyRead more on thetimes.co.uk