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Cristiano Ronaldo's New Move Claim Backed as Bernardo Silva agrees on next Club

Cristiano Ronaldo has, in the opinion of Bernardo Silva, demonstrated that, despite creating World Cup history, he is still capable of playing at the highest level.

A few days before Portugal's opening match against Ghana, Ronaldo stormed out of Manchester United in anger, but the Manchester City midfielder said it didn't bother him. As Fernando Santos' team prevailed in a five-goal thriller at Stadium 974, Ronaldo made history by becoming the first player to score in five World Cup competitions.

Although it has been suggested that the 37-year-old may end his career with a lucrative payday in the New Year in the United States or Saudi Arabia, Silva believes that would be a waste of his talent.

Prior to leaving Old Trafford, Ronaldo told Piers Morgan that he will "continue to score goals" at a "high level." These remarks by Silva follow that statement. He put the conflict behind him and scored from the spot as Portugal won 3-2 to take the lead in their division. In his 192nd game, he scored his 118th goal for his nation.

Ronaldo won the award for player of the game, and his required news conference appearance lasted just two minutes and 12 seconds. Before entering the locker room with his teammates, he responded to one question.

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