Cristiano Ronaldo focused on World Cup, not club future, says Portugal teammate Manuel Fernandes

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Rumours continue to swirl around Cristiano Ronaldo's club future.

Cristiano Ronaldo “doesn’t look at all worried about his future” according to Portugal team-mate Manuel Fernandes.

Ronaldo has been linked with a move away from Real Madrid after his comments following this season’s Champions League final, when he said ‘it was very nice to be at Real Madrid’.

Though he seemingly backtracked the following day, telling Madrid fans “see you next year” at their trophy parade, reports from Portugal last week claimed he has decided to leave the Spanish capital.

However, the speculation has not affected his preparations for the World Cup, according to Fernandes.

“I have nothing negative to say about Cristiano,” said Lokomotiv Moscow midfielder Fernandes on Monday. “He looks focused and doesn’t look at all worried about his future.”

Portugal kick off their World Cup campaign on Friday with a crucial Group B encounter against Spain.

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Cristiano Ronaldo threatens to return to Man United amid spat with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez

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Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be at odds with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez and is apparently threatening to return to former club Manchester United.

Ronaldo reportedly blames Perez for Zinedine Zidane‘s departure which has left the club stunned.

The Bernabeu outfit have yet to find a replacement, though Mauricio Pochettino, Jurgen Klopp and Arsene Wenger have all been linked with the post.

And Ronaldo is reportedly ready to go on record and reveal all on the mysterious circumstances that have led to this situation.

The 33-year-old five-time Balon d’Or winner has sparked rumours he would leave the Bernabeu this summer after nine years at the club.

Almost immediately after helping his side secure a third Champions League trophy in a row, the Portugal international hinted his time at Los Blancos was nearly up.

Ronaldo said: “In the next few days I will give an answer to the fans that have always been on my side.

“It was very nice to be at Real Madrid, in the coming days I will talk about it more.”

And according to Diario Gol, the fallout has continued with Ronaldo and Perez locking horns over Zidane’s shock departure.

United, on the other hand, have already made moves in the transfer market – with Fred and Diogo Dalot set to join up with the squad – while they could be more interested in Ronaldo’s Los Blancos teammate Gareth Bale.

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Video: Nacho says it's difficult to stop 'best player in the world' Cristiano Ronaldo

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Spain and Real Madrid midfielder Nacho has said his team will be focused on stopping Cristiano Ronaldo at the World Cup as he is the best player in the world.

Nacho said if his team are focused during their tournament opener against Portugal and his Real Madrid team mate has a bad day, then they will have chances.

“I am lucky to have him in my team (Real Madrid). Now we face him and we will try to be as focused as we can,” Nacho said.

Watch the full video below.

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