Ronaldo's Shirt Worn in His Last Game for Manchester United Auctioned for Hefty Price

Ronaldo's Shirt Worn in His Last Game for Manchester United Auctioned for Hefty Price

  • The shirt worn by Cristiano Ronaldo in his final match at Manchester United before the World Cup break has been sold in an auction
  • Ronaldo’s Manchester United career is all but over after the explosive interview with Piers Morgan
  • United are ready to sack the 37-year old, which will pave way for his exit in the January transfer window

Ronaldo’s last game for United was the 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday, November 6

Cristiano Ronaldo’s shirt which he wore during his latest, and possibly last game for Manchester United, has sold at an auction for a hefty price.

Ronaldo, 37, looks set to leave Manchester United as the romance between player and club turned sour after his explosive interview with Piers Morgan.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United, Portugal, Aston Villa
Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United looks on during the Premier League match between Aston Villa and Manchester United at Villa Park. Photo by Simon Stacpoole
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He last featured for the Red Devils in the Premier League game against Aston Villa, which United lost 3-1.

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The shirt he wore on the day is now being auctioned on matchwornshirt.com and the auction was set to close on Saturday, November 19.

SportBible has since reported the shirt found is the highest bidder, and sold for a staggering £39,000.

Ronaldo’s future

Following his explosive revelations on Piers Morgan’s show, Ronaldo now seems to have buried his Manchester United career.

Reports from Daily Star indicate United are ready to sue the superstar, and the process to terminate his lucrative contract are underway.

United themselves released a statement on Friday confirming that indeed the process to sever ties with the five-time Ballon d’Or winner had begun.

"Manchester United has this morning initiated appropriate steps in response to Cristiano Ronaldo ’s recent media interview." A club statement read.

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For now, however, Ronaldo will have to put his club woes behind him as he tried to guide Portugal to World Cup glory.

Ronaldo lands in Qatar

Sports Brief also earlier reported on Ronaldo’s arrival to Qatar ahead of his nation’s opening game against Ghana on November 24.

This is Portugal's seventh appearance at the World Cup. They produced their best performance in 2006 when they reached the semis and finished fourth.

Source: SportsBrief.com