Bruno Fernandes speaks up on the future of Cristiano Ronaldo

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Bruno Fernandes has spoken up about Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Manchester United. Fernandes has admitted that he might know a thing or two about Ronaldo’s plan for the future. Moreover, the Portuguese has admitted that he will be happy for Ronaldo irrespective of whether he leaves Old Trafford or not. Ronaldo was linked with a move away from Manchester for this whole transfer window. Moreover, the transfer still remains a possibility until the transfer window is open

Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester before the deadline day on September 1. Manchester United finished eighth last season, hence couldn’t qualify for Champions League. This is the reason for Ronaldo’s desire to depart. Ronaldo wants to play Champions League football. During the entire summer transfer window, Ronaldo was linked with various clubs all across Europe. However, almost all of the clubs rejected a move for the player. As a result, Ronaldo has remained at United, starting only one game out of the three played so far.

Manager Erik Ten Hag decided not to start Ronaldo on Monday in the match against Liverpool. The strategy paid off as United won 2-1 and put on a dominating performance. However, on the other hand, Bruno Fernandes played the entire 90 minutes of the match. His inspirational performance was integral to United’s win in the match

Bruno talked about the transfer decision of Ronaldo

In a recent interview for Eleven Sports Portugal, Fernandes spoke up about Ronaldo’s time at United. Moreover, he also said that he was happy for Cristiano Ronaldo as long as he keeps playing football at the highest level and making Portugal proud

There is a lot of speculation, but there is no one better than Cristiano to talk about it. I may know a thing or two, but I won’t be the one to say it.

Cristiano is calm. He worked well this week and did the work he has been doing, which he will continue to do so. For now he is a United player. I don’t know if he will leave or if he will not leave. As he said, he will speak soon and they will have time to hear his words and what he has to say.

If he’s going to stay, we’ll be happy about it; if he’s going to leave because he thinks it’s best for him, I’ll be personally happy for him. The most important thing is that he’s okay, playing at the highest level and making our country proud.”

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