Portuguese international and star striker Cristiano Ronaldo's contract with Premier League heavyweights Manchester United may be terminated due to his grumpy conduct both on the field and at the training facility.
The Red Devils appear to have grown tired of their star forward, according to the most recent claims from Sky Sports News (via @UnitedStandMUFC) and the Sunday Times. Some of the players and coaching staff apparently weren't thrilled with his most recent bad attitude.
It is no secret that Cristiano Ronaldo would love to leave the Theatre of Dreams during the current summer transfer window. It is reported that Ronaldo's super agent Jorge Mendes has contacted a number of teams in an effort to broker a move for his client. However, their efforts haven't yielded any results yet, as some teams have rejected their offers.
After the 4-0 loss to Brentford on Saturday, the 37-year-old allegedly disregarded an instruction from assistant manager Steve McClaren by refusing to reach out to the away end to acknowledge the supporters.
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