Ronaldo strenuously denied the allegations in a statement just over two weeks ago and has been backed by his new club.
Ronaldo's Las Vegas-based attorney, Peter S. Christiansen, acknowledged earlier this month that Ronaldo and Mayorga had reached a nondisclosure agreement in 2010, a year after the complaint was filed.
All eyes were on Cristiano Ronaldo on Monday afternoon as he arrived in Manchester with a police escort along with the rest of his Juventus team-mates.
"I know all about the history, I won trophies here". So, I am glad. of course, I'm not going to lie on this situation.
"I'm happy to be at such a great team like Juventus and it's a new chapter in my life after Manchester United and Real Madrid".
"I enjoy football, my life".
"The truth always comes in first position".
"I know I am an example", Ronaldo said. In the pitch and outside the pitch.
"I have everything, so the rest doesn't interfere.so I'm very, very glad".
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When asked another question about the rape allegation, Ronaldo said: "You didn't listen to what I say".
A comeback win over Newcastle and an impressive display away at Chelsea has Mourinho's side revived again and they will relish the stern test Allegri's side certainly pose.
And United striker Lukaku believes Ronaldo's dedication to improving his game makes him a role model for rising talents.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has revealed that he was the subject of interest from Manchester United over the summer but opted to return "home" to Turin instead.
"Sir Alex Ferguson is someone I will never ever forget and I would like to express my best wishes to him". I don't want to speak about Pogba, I don't want to speak about individuals or Spanish journalists. I have to focus.
"My last two months in Juventus were incredible and everything has gone well".
"When that starts clicking I think then the results I had with Belgium will come also over here". Everything goes well, the team is fantastic.
"The awards don't mean everything, it's not a problem".
A win at Old Trafford for United will be enough for them to leapfrog the Italian side - more than enough motivation to swing the group's momentum.