Bruno Fernandes speaks out on Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer saga

Bruno Fernandes suggests Manchester United must move quickly on following confirmation of Cristiano Ronaldo’s Old Trafford exit.

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United announced Ronaldo’s departure by mutual consent with immediate effect on Tuesday evening, bringing an end to his second spell back in Manchester.

It followed the 37-year-old’s explosive interview with Piers Morgan, where he revealed he has ‘no respect’ for manager Erik ten Hag, also taking aim at club legends and the owners.

Ronaldo also targeted United’s young players, claiming that they do not care enough and do not listen to him.

The former Real Madrid and Juventus star did not appear before the press on Wednesday alongside manager Fernando Santos ahead of Portugal’s World Cup opener against Ghana, with Fernandes instead stepping in.

The attacking midfielder insisted he would not ‘pick a side’ amid the fallout between United and Ronaldo but conceded ‘nothing lasts forever’ with his countryman now seeking a new club.

‘I don’t feel uncomfortable. I don’t have to pick a side,’ Fernandes told reporters.

‘It’s been an honour to play alongside him for club and country. It was a dream come true, but nothing lasts forever.

‘Here everybody is focused on the World Cup. Everyone is aware of what it means to represent our country.’

Credit: Metro Football

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