Cristiano Ronaldo's future at Manchester United is once again hanging by string amid reports that the Portuguese skipper is asking to leave the club this summer.
Reports by The Times via Manchester evening understands that the 37-year-old has freed the club to accept any reasonable amount should any party approach them for his signatures.
According to the news outlets, Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly forcing his way out of Old Trafford due to the fact that the club failed to qualify for European top tier tournament next season and he wants to spend his entire career playing in the champions league.
It is not the first time Ronaldo's future is hitting the headlines, it has been a subject of discussion around the club, so failure to qualify for champions league just catalysed this story.
And despite showing his willingness to leave the the club, the Red Devils have always remained adamant that they want to keep the all time goal scorer beyond this summer.
However, in the recent past, speculations that links Ronaldo with a move away from Old Trafford have grown after his agent Jorge Mendes reportedly met Chelsea new owner Todd to discuss possible move to Stamford Bridge.
The Portuguese has hardly talked about his future but hinted to prolong his stay at the club beyond next season when asked his plans months ago.
In his statement, the five-times ballon d'Or winner was positive that Manchester United were going to get back to their competitive level next season and were going to compete for titles next season.
"We are all happy and excited [with the arrival], not only as players, but as fans as well. We have to believe that next year we can win titles."
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