Gary Neville urges Ronaldo to break his silence amid uncertainty over future at United

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future is still up in the air.

On Tuesday night, however, Ronaldo promised to address his future in a tell-all interview but we would have to wait a couple of weeks for that.

The 37-year-old reportedly wants to leave Manchester United but it unable to do so until a club makes a serious bid to sign him.

Unless that happens, Ronaldo has a year left on his current deal at Old Trafford.

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville doesn’t think Ronaldo should make fans wait for the truth. Instead, he urges the Portugal international to come out and grab the situation by the scruff of the neck.

Neville tweeted: “Why does the greatest player of all time (in my opinion) have to wait two weeks to tell Manchester United fans the truth? Stand up now and speak. The club is in crisis and it needs leaders to lead. He’s the only one who could grab this situation by the scruff of the neck!”

At this point, I wouldn’t be looking to Ronaldo for leadership.

He missed most of the pre-season tour and couldn’t return to training without making a statement by driving into Carrington with Jorge Mendes sat in the passenger seat.

We’ll just have to wait to see how this unfolds in the coming weeks.

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  1. He need to come out and let the fans know his mind,also they should cooperate together to control the situation on ground.

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