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Cristiano Ronaldo breaks the silence and responds to rumors - DNOTICIAS.PT

Cristiano Ronaldo breaks the silence and responds to rumors – DNOTICIAS.PT

After many rumors about a possible transfer deal this summer, Cristiano Ronaldo broke the silence on Tuesday, through a post on social media. The Maderan player made a request: “I am breaking my silence because I cannot allow people to continue playing with names. I remain focused on my career, on my work, committed and ready for all the challenges I will face. The rest? The rest? Is talk.”

“Those who know me know how focused I am on my work. This has been my motto since the beginning of my career. It has been my motto since the beginning of my career. However, after seeing all that has been said and written recently, I have to mark myself the position,” the international wrote Portuguese.

“More than a lack of respect for me as a man and a football player, the trivial way in which my future is discussed in the media is a lack of respect for all the clubs involved, as well as for the players and the technical staff,” Madiran stressed.

Cristiano Ronaldo continued: “My history at Real Madrid is written in numbers, titles, titles and records. It is in the museum, in the Santiago Bernabeu and in the memories of all the club’s fans. In addition to what I achieved on the field, I also remember the nine years I had a passionate and respectful relationship with afición merengue, and it’s something I still keep and appreciate these days. I know Real Madrid fans keep keeping me in my heart and I carry it in me.”

“Apart from the last episode in Spain, there have been recurring stories of joining different clubs, in the most diverse leagues, without anyone having to worry about searching for the truth. I am breaking my silence because I cannot allow people to continue playing with my name. I still focus on My career, and for my work, committed and ready for all the challenges I will face.

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