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Cristiano Ronaldo rubbishes Real Madrid exit talks

FOOTBALL By Mirror | June 29th 2015

Cristiano Ronaldo has rubbished media reports that he is unsettled at Real Madrid - and hails them the best club in the world.

The world player of the year has broken a silence that lasted half of last season after barely making any public statements since the 4-0 derby day drubbing at the hands of Atletico.

At the time, he claimed: "My lips are sealed."

But that silence has ended amid reports suggesting that he is unhappy at the Bernabeu, having being linked with a potential move to Paris Saint-Germain or back to Manchester United this summer.

Following the appointment of Benitez, it was suggested that Ronaldo had fallen out with Real president Florentino Perez.

"I would sincerely like the false reports to stop and to be left a little in peace," said Ronaldo who is on holiday in Miami.

"Reports that I have sought to create conflicts between myself and Real Madrid are absolutely false," the 30-year-old told Portuguese sports newspaper A Bola.

"I’ve not talked to anyone from the press for some time."

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