“Media is telling lies”-Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo breaks his silence on transfer speculations


“Media is telling lies”-Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo breaks his silence on transfer speculations

Cristiano Ronaldo

The future of Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United has been a subject of controversy. Although media reports have focused on various areas, the Portuguese have labelled such claims as lies and have made suggestions that they may not be accurate.

The English Premier League has just begun, and Portuguese phenomenon Cristiano Ronaldo has already made two appearances for Manchester United, both of which have ended in defeat. He reportedly wants to leave Old Trafford due to a lack of club ambition and UEFA Champions League football, and his agent Jorge Mendes hasn’t been able to convince him of a compelling offer up to this point. Ronaldo, however, has called the media accusations “false” and hinted that the truth will be revealed in an upcoming interview even though numerous stories have suggested various parts.

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The 37-year-old reportedly had difficulty

Cristiano Ronaldo

For the first time in his career, the 37-year-old Ronaldo is said to have struggled to find purchasers, with many blaming his twilight years. He has been openly rejected by teams including Juventus, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid. He believes that certain reports, meanwhile, are inaccurate.

In response to a comment made on Ronaldo’s fan page on Instagram criticising the aforementioned rumour, he replied, “They’ll know the truth when they interview in a couple of weeks. The media is telling lies. I have a notebook, and in the last few months of the 100 news I made, only five were right. Imagine how it is. Stick with that tip.

Ronaldo is reportedly among a group of senior United players who have encouraged the club to spend money on additional acquisitions, according to reports this week. There have been rumors that Ronaldo is having a negative influence on the team, but that assertion may be refuted in his next interview. On Monday night, United takes on Liverpool as Erik ten Hag’s team looks to pick up a much-needed victory.

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