The rumours surrounding the future of Cristiano Ronaldo will just not go away. More recently, after the Real Madrid officials stopped making public statements regarding Manchester United’s player, the winger’s godfather decided it would be appropriate to speak out. And, Spanish paper Marca, renowned for its integrity, suggested that Cristiano Ronaldo could ask for a transfer in order to facilitate his move to Real Madrid.
Well, apparently Ferguson and the rest of the United crew have had enough of these stories and have stopped making comments for the past couple of days, but are looking to take action instead. The aforementioned Marca reported that United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will travel to Switzerland to keep the brilliant winger under his watchful eye.
Cristiano Ronaldo would be exposed to contact from the Madrid outfit in foreign lands and Ferguson will look to ensure that that will not happen. The confidence seems to be high in the United camp that Cristiano Ronaldo will stay at Manchester United next season whether he likes it or not and, for his own good, history suggests that he should like it.