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Cristiano Ronaldo promises to reveal the ‘truth’ in an ‘interview in a couple (of) weeks’…

Cristiano Ronaldo promises to reveal the ‘truth’ in an ‘interview in a couple (of) weeks’… accusing ‘media’ of ‘telling lies’ during a turbulent summer for the unsettled star and Manchester United

  • Cristiano Ronaldo will reveal the truth about his situation in a couple of weeks
  • Ronaldo has accused the media of ‘telling lies’ about him during the summer 
  • The Portuguese star has been heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford 

Cristiano Ronaldo has stated that he will reveal the truth on his situation at Manchester United in a couple of weeks.

Ronaldo has been heavily linked with a move away from United amid suggestions he wants to depart. 

The 37-year-old replied to a fan account on Instagram and accused the media of ‘telling lies’. 

Cristiano Ronaldo says he will reveal the truth about his situation in a couple of weeks

Ronaldo added that he has been keeping a tally of articles about him and only five out of 100 were accurate.

There are just over two weeks until the closure of the transfer window, which is seemingly when Ronaldo will give his side of events. 

In his message, Ronaldo wrote: ‘They know the truth when they interview in a couple weeks. The media is telling lies. I have a notebook and in the last few months of the 100 news I made, only 5 were right. Imagine how it is. Stick with that tip.’

Ronaldo missed much of United’s pre-season amid speculation over his future, with the club stating that he was absent for personal reasons.

Ronaldo accused the media of telling lies about him during what has been a turbulent summer

Ronaldo accused the media of telling lies about him during what has been a turbulent summer

It has been a difficult start for Erik ten Hag's team, who have lost their first two games

It has been a difficult start for Erik ten Hag’s team, who have lost their first two games

United have endured a woeful start to the campaign as they have suffered defeats to Brighton and Brentford.

After coming on as a substitute against Brighton, Ronaldo played the entirety of the 4-0 loss to Brentford.

After re-joining United last year Ronaldo scored 24 goals for United last season across all competitions.

This week it was reported that Ronaldo is among a group of senior players at United who have urged the club’s hierarchy to invest in further signings.

In some quarters there have been suggestions that Ronaldo is having a negative influence on the team but his upcoming interview may well dismiss those claims.

United face Liverpool on Monday night as Erik ten Hag’s side go in search of a much-needed win. 

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