It's believed that Ronaldo is frustrated by United's lack of signing and a poor form last season. Lack of champions league football could be another factor with United having finished sixth last season.
But recent rumours seemingly suggest that Roma FC may announce interest in the 37 year old according to former Italy international Angelo Di Livio.(According to a report by The United Stand)
Di Livio claimed that he has received several rumours that Ronaldo could reunite with former coach Jose Mourinho and the deal could be announced next week, probably before or on July 7.
"I have confirmation from several sources that Rome is trying to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. From what I learned in recent days, Roma are really trying to sign Cristiano Ronaldo and July 7 could be the date of announcement."
Cristiano Ronaldo is United's only attacking option next season and his sudden departure could dent United's hope of building a stronger side for next season's challenge.
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