Bruno Fernandes and Cristiano Ronaldo's Awkward Meeting in the Portugal National Team Dressing Room -
Bruno Fernandes met Cristiano Ronaldo in the locker room for the Portugal national team. This is the first meeting of the two Manchester United players after Ronaldo's interview with Piers Morgan caused a stir in the United squad.

Ronaldo was absent in the last two games played by United, against Aston Villa and Fulham. According to Erik ten Hag, Ronaldo will miss Aston Villa due to illness. Ronaldo should be in the squad against Fulham, but has sick leave.

Unexpectedly, not long after United won against Fulham in Week 16 of the Premier League, Ronaldo's interview with Morgan was released. The 90-minute interview has caused a stir in many parties.

From the video clip released by Morgan, Ronaldo gave a scathing comment to Erik ten Hag, United executive, Glazer Family, Wayne Rooney.

Awkward meeting of Ronaldo and Fernandes

According to Sky Sports, Ronaldo's interview has sent the Manchester United dressing room into an uproar. The players, as well as the coaching team, were shocked by Ronaldo's statement. They did not expect Ronaldo to talk like that to the media.

In the midst of the polemic of the interview, Ronaldo was gathering with the Portugal national team squad. Ronaldo has joined Fernando Santos' team to start work on the 2022 World Cup.

Fernandes walked into the locker room and Ronaldo was already inside. Fernandes then greeted Ronaldo first. After that, Ronaldo reached out to shake hands. It took Fernandes a few seconds to realize the moment.

There was a brief conversation between Ronaldo and Fernandes at this moment. However, there were no hugs or big smiles on their faces. Metro said the meeting between the two took place in tense tension.

Just Media Speculation

Portuguese journalist Pedro Sepulveda reports that Ronaldo's relationship with Fernandes is fine. Likewise with Ronaldo's relationship with other members of the Portugal squad. No serious problems.

Currently, said Sepulveda, Ronaldo and Portugal are fully focused on the 2022 World Cup. Ronaldo's interview with Piers Morgan had absolutely no impact on the preparations for Fernando Santos' team.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo gave a firm message on his social media "Total and absolute focus on the work of the national team. A compact team working towards one goal: to make the dreams of all Portuguese people come true!," wrote Ronaldo.

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