Cristiano Ronaldo has spoken out about the information that has been published about him in the media in recent days
Commenting on an Instagram post, Ronaldo wrote: “They will know the truth when I give an interview in a few weeks. The media is lying. I have a notebook and out of 100 news stories about me in the past few months, only 5 are true. Imagine how severe the impact would be. Use this tip selectively.”
Piers Morgan, a close friend of Ronaldo, added, “As someone who has talked to Cristiano all this time, I would like to say that he is very generous when it comes to numbers.” 5. This year has seen a lot of inaccurate, disrespectful garbage written and said about him.”
After Manchester United failed to qualify for the Champions League, Ronaldo’s future became a hot topic in the media. CR7 is rumored to want to leave the “Red Devils” just one year after returning to Old Trafford from Juventus in order to continue playing in Europe’s most prestigious club competition.
Ronaldo’s agent, “super agent” Jorge Mendes, was constantly reported to have negotiated with a number of teams, including Bayern Munich, Chelsea, PSG, Napoli, two old clubs Sporting Lisbon as well as Real Madrid, and more recently Atletico Madrid.
Recently, Ronaldo was rumored to have a conversation with coach Erik Ten Hag on the training ground following an 0-4 defeat to Brentford in the English Premier League’s second round. Ronaldo believes that the Dutch strategist’s high pressing strategy cannot be applied to the current MU players.
However, Ronaldo has accused the media of spreading “lies.” Only five of the stories written about him in the last few months, according to the 37-year-old superstar, are true.
Ronaldo responded to a fan on Instagram, writing: “When they interview me in a few weeks, they will know the truth. The media is deceiving us.
I keep a notebook, and only 5 of the 100 stories I’ve written in the last few months are true. Consider this.”
Ronaldo reportedly wanted to leave Old Trafford in July. The failure of Manchester United to qualify for the Champions League was a major factor in his decision.
Ronaldo then returned to Manchester United late in the season’s preparations. In any case, he appeared in the Red Devils’ first two matches, when Erik ten Hag was limited in attack.
Man Utd and Ten Hag have always wanted to keep Ronaldo, but their position appeared to shift yesterday, when the Old Trafford club felt that Ronaldo’s departure would be better for the club’s culture.