Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo has said he will reveal the truth in two weeks after persistent speculation about his future at the club.
The Portuguese is keen to leave Old Trafford, despite new manager Erik ten Hag insisting the player is “not for sale”.
“You will know the truth in two weeks,” Ronaldo, 37, said on Instagram.
Ronaldo also liked a fan post saying Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone wants to sign him.
In response to the post, Ronaldo said: “The media lies. I have a notebook where I took a lot of notes and it showed that out of 100 stories (about me) in the last few months, only five stories were true.” I guessed. This number.
Ronaldo, who returned to United from Juventus a year ago, has another year on his contract with the English club.
Ronaldo was United’s top scorer last season with 24 goals in all competitions, but was criticized by Ten Hag after leaving the pre-season friendly against Rayo Vallecano before half-time.
United failed to qualify for the Champions League last season after finishing sixth in the Premier League and had a disastrous start to the new season, missing their first two games in qualifying.
They host Liverpool on Monday.
Former United player Gary Neville has criticized the club after Saturday’s 4-0 loss to Brentford and asked Ronaldo to clarify his stance.
“Why should the greatest player of all time (in my opinion) wait two weeks to tell Manchester United fans the truth?” Neville wrote on Twitter.
“Now get up and speak. The club is in crisis and needs leaders.”
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