FANS are convinced Cristiano Ronaldo has taken one final swipe at Manchester United.
That’s by showing off a new £124,000 luxury watch design depicting the famous header he scored AGAINST the Red Devils while playing for Real Madrid.
The timing couldn’t be worse, with United ripping up Ronaldo’s contract as the watch was released.
And all eyes are now aimed at Portugal’s World Cup camp on the eve of their group stage opener against Ghana.
Ronaldo, 37, left club chiefs stunned when he blasted the Red Devils in an explosive interview with Piers Morgan last week.
SunSport revealed United had decided to terminate Ronnie’s deal as a result of his bombshell talks.
And the news was confirmed in a blunt statement at 5.30pm on Wednesday, with United bidding farewell to one of their greatest players for a second time.
However, it appears Ronaldo has aimed one final swipe at Old Trafford.
Around the same time, Ronnie has released a brand new watch in collaboration with Jacob & Co.
The luxury timepiece is bedecked with jewels while also boasting sapphire crystals and gold print.
Most read in Football
On the back, an image can be seen of Ronaldo doing his famous “Siu” goal celebration.
There are no less than four versions of the watch, with the cheapest costing £23,931 and the most expensive selling for £123,927.
But the watch’s face depicts an image sure to infuriate United further.
When Ronaldo returned to Old Trafford with Real Madrid during the Champions League in February 2013, he scored an iconic header which saw him leap over 9.6 feet in the air.
The stunning goal saw Real secure a 1-1 draw, with the Spaniards going on to win the next leg 2-1.
And this is the picture Ronaldo chose to grace the front of his watch, revealing it around the same time United confirmed the veteran had been axed for good.
Supporters quickly took to Twitter following the release of the watch, with many convinced the timing with United’s statement was not a coincidence.
One said: “He really hates Man Utd.”
Another gasped: “Wow for someone who calls themselves a club legend at United.”
One noted: “In light of his contract at United being terminated, how classy of him.”
Another added: “That’s really poor from him.”