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Speaking out about the transfer situation, Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed some of his thoughts

Ronaldo: ‘I’ve seen so much lies

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At this point, it seems like Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to break his silence on the summer’s most talked-about transfer saga, his rumored move to Manchester United.

Despite rumors that he wants out of Old Trafford in recent months, Portugal’s biggest star has had trouble finding a new club, and Manchester United appear reluctant to let him go.

In spite of the speculation, Ronaldo played in both of Manchester United’s Premier League openers, which were devastating defeats to Brighton and Brentford.

However, with the transfer window not closing until September 1st, Ronaldo’s departure from Old Trafford is not out of the question just yet.

The 37-year-old responded to a fan page’s Instagram post that poked fun at the persistent rumors about his future by posting a comment on the controversial photo.

Ronaldo has stated again that the rumors are false and hinted that he will make a public statement to clarify the situation.

In a couple of weeks at the interview, they will find out the truth, Ronaldo said.

“When it comes to reporting the news, the media consistently fabricates false narratives. In the last few months, out of a hundred predictions I made in my notebook, only five turned out to be accurate. Try to put yourself in their shoes. That advice is worth following.”

What are the chances of Ronaldo staying at Manchester United?

Ronaldo has stated that he will wait until the end of the transfer window to make any public statements.

Since there are conflicting rumors about what will happen with his club in the next two weeks, his immediate future is uncertain.

Despite reports that Manchester United had softened their stance on a possible transfer, ESPN reports that the club will not be releasing Ronaldo this summer.

The Athletic claims Ronaldo’s behavior in training is frustrating manager Erik ten Hag, and that the Dutchman may yet rethink allowing Ronaldo to leave.

Although Atletico Madrid continues to be linked to Ronaldo, a transfer would be difficult for both parties involved.