Last week, a report that Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to depart Old Trafford just a season after re-signing for the premier league outfits made headlines for good number of media house.
According to The Times who broke the news, Ronaldo instructed Man United to accept any reasonable bid from any interested club should any submit this summer.
The news outlet also held the opinion that the reason behind Ronaldo's request is due to the he fact that Man United failed to book a place in the champions league next season.
Other sources have also said that Ronaldo is frustrated by United's slow business in the market this summer. The pressure has pressure mounted on the club's hierarchy who have always remained adamant that the Portuguese is not for sale.
The fact the Ronaldo's heart is no longer under the Old Trafford arch downed on them on Monday when the skipper missed to turn up for training due to family issues as reported by Men sport on Monday.
His destination has always been seen as either Chelsea or Bayern Munich following the latest development in the story. And speaking back in 2013, Jose Mourinho mentioned one trait possessed by Ronaldo that other managers must beware of before making a move for him.
According to Jose who managed who was speaking about a challenge he got while managing Ronaldo in Madrid, Ronaldo is one player who thinks he knows everything and a coach cannot help him to develop anymore.
"And at this moment he didn't take it very well because maybe he thinks he knows everything and the coach cannot help him to develop anymore."
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