Cristiano Ronaldo has raised the pulse he maintains with Manchester United to leave the club in this transfer period. The Portuguese striker met on Tuesday with the entity's leadership, including Sir Alex Ferguson, but for the moment none is willing to give in. The player remains in his thirteen and the club wants to find a way out this summer, all according to the British press.
First thing in the morning Cristiano Ronaldo (37 years old) appeared in Carrington, where the team trains, after three weeks of absence for family reasons. The Portuguese had already sent his intentions to play in the Champions League this season to the English leaders. And on this occasion he appeared with Jorge Mendes, his representative.
Ferguson's card was played from the British entity, who signed him for the first time and a kind of mentor for the player from Madeira. But not for those. Cristiano would have maintained his intention to leave, although some leaders would have been found who maintain their intention that he stay.
In the near future there will be more episodes of a soap opera that could end with Cristiano out of Manchester, although it is still unknown what his future would be. Atlético de Madrid and Chelsea seem today their most likely destinations.