Infuriated Ronaldo opting on a Manchester United move and turning to Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t hide his anger at Manchester United’s Champions League defeat on Wednesday night in Rome.

The Red Devils didn’t perform throughout the game and with Tevez starting on the bench, much could be asked about Ferguson’s tactics.

Now former Champions League top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo is putting most of the blame on Sir Alex Ferguson.

The reigning Ballon d’Or and World Player of the Year even hinted at a move to Real Madrid.

Cristiano Ronaldo enraged at Sir Alex Ferguson

After Manchester United’s Champions League defeat to Barcelona in the final, Cristiano Ronaldo was asked by the media if he would remain at Old Trafford next season for which he replied:

“I’ve played many games under a lot of pressure. The future? We’ll see.”

Ronaldo, who was speaking to The Sun, completely revealed his anger against Alex Ferguson and his tactics during the final:

“Ferguson did not tell me anything. Nothing.

“I didn’t realise I was to play as a striker. Against Arsenal in the semi second leg I played and played well but that is all.”

It is a huge possibility that Cristiano Ronaldo would want an exit from Manchester to join Real Madrid in the summer, but the 24-year-old, who pledged his future for the Red Devils a week ago, looks annoyed and confused about the current situation.

The number 7 star’s belief in the old Scott Alex Ferguson has certainly altered following Manchester United’s poor performance in the final of the Champions League in Rome. Now Ronaldo – who recently stated that his dream move to Real Madrid was dead – seems to be completely baffled.

Tired Ronaldo now focused on firing Portugal to the World Cup finals

Journalists around the world are curious to know Ronaldo’s decision on his career future, but the disillusioned Portuguese Superstar winger has now turned his attention on his country Portugal who is struggling in the qualifiers.

“My future for now is the national team, we must win to be back on track in the World Cup qualifiers.
“I don’t want to talk about clubs, I want to rest, go on holidays because I’m very tired.”

Indeed, Portugal have one foot in the den of anguish; Cristiano Ronaldo will need to lead his team on a mesmerizing track before their dream of reaching the World Cup is over.
Portugal play Albania on June 10.

Written by: Angela Asante

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