Cristiano Ronaldo has requested that he be allowed to leave Manchester United once the club gets good offers for him in the transfer window.
The Times on Saturday reported that Ronaldo’s call to leave Manchester United was informed by his desire to play in the Champions League.
This comes a few days after Manchester United said Ronaldo is not for sale.
With dismal performance last season, Manchester United ended sixth on the English Premier League log, thereby failing to qualify for the Champions League.
United won 16 games, scored 57 goals, to garner just 58 points in the season.
Ronaldo, 37, who made a return to United last summer, has played in 19 consecutive editions of the Champions League since he first joined Manchester from Lisbon in 2003.
The Portuguese star and five-time Ballon d’Or winner played for Real Madrid, winning four Champions League in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Curled from peoples Gazzete