Cristiano Ronaldo Tweets to say transfer comments 'were misinterpreted'

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo says the press have twisted his words for their own gain once again this week.

Real Madrid have once again been very busy in the transfer market this summer, with the likes of Toni Kroos, James Rodriguez and Javier Hernandez all arriving at the club.

But they have also been very busy regarding outgoings. While they kept hold of Sami Khedira they did lose Alvaro Morata, Diego Lopez, Xabi Alonso and Angel Di Maria this summer - four members of the senior set-up at the Bernabeu.

And earlier in the week it was reported that former Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo was not pleased with the transfer activity at the club. According to Spanish media he stated:

"I have my very clear opinion, but I must calculate and I cannot always say what I think because tomorrow I will be on the front of the papers and I do not want that. But if I was in charge, maybe I would not do things like that. Everyone has their opinion and is free to say what they think. If the president thinks that the best thing for the team is to sign these players and let go those who left then we have to respect and support his decision."

This along with his admission that he would relish the chance to return to Manchester United one day sparked rumours of a potential 2015 return to Old Trafford for one of their favourite sons.

However Real president Florentino Perez dismissed the comments yesterday and now Ronaldo has taken to Twitter to state that his words had been misconstrued by the media once again. He Tweeted:

"My quotes were misunderstood. I listened to my President yesterday and I completely agree. Our new teammates are great and with them we have a great squad. We'll go for it! Hugs and Hala Madrid!"

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