Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit from Manchester United was the talk of the town. The talam striker is currently preparing to lead Portugal in FIFA Globalism 2022 Cup in Qatar.
Ronaldo’s exit from Old Trafford has dominated talk at the World Cup as well. On the eve of Portugal’s first match against Ghana, fellow Portuguese player Bruno Fernandes answered some uncomfortable questions regarding the striker and the Red Devils.
Fernandes, still part of Manchester United, was involved in an awkward exchange with an English journalist after being asked about Ronaldo’s situation with the Premier League giants.
Indeed, the media director said the midfielder would not answer the journalist’s question in English and proceeded to respond in Portuguese.
The Portuguese press officer shook his head when Bruno Fernandes was asked to speak English on Cristiano Ronaldo, and then said, “He won’t answer in English.”
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– FootballDaily (footballdaily) November 23, 2022
Although Fernandes insisted Ronaldo was focused on winning the World Cup, he said: “You know how important playing for Portugal is for Cristiano and for all of us. It’s every player’s dream. Our focus is 100% on the national team and we all know what we have to do.” with it “.
The 28-year-old added that he went philosophically saying nothing lasts forever and everyone should respect Ronaldo’s decisions.
“I don’t feel uncomfortable and I don’t have to choose a side. It was an honor to play with Cristiano at the club, a dream and I’ve always said it. Cristiano has always been an inspiration to me. It was a dream to be able to play with Cristiano, it’s been great for me and all along.” Time. Cristiano made a different decision about his life and his career and we have to respect such decisions. Every decision must be respected,” said Fernandez.
Manchester United announced, on Tuesday, that it had reached a joint agreement with Cristiano Ronaldo to terminate his contract. Ronaldo’s exit follows his surprise interview with Piers Morgan.
The football icon will aim to put aside all distractions for his club and lead Portugal to World Cup glory.
This tournament is probably Ronaldo’s World Cup, and he wants to raise the trophy to add the only missing titles to his trophy cabinet.
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