Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer addresses Cristiano Ronaldo transfer question

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Norwegian press that he knows nothing about Manchester City’s reported interest in Cristiano Ronaldo – claiming that he does not read newspapers as there is “much nonsense written in there.”

Ex-United star Ronaldo has been linked to City in recent weeks after their £150million move for Harry Kane broke down, as the Citizens weren’t prepared to make the England captain the third-most expensive player in history.

And, when asked about what may happen at United if Ronaldo was to move to the Etihad, Solskjaer told the Norweigan press: “I do not read newspapers. I know how much nonsense is written there, anyway.”

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