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2015-05-16     02:39:14pm

Unhappy forward Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to quit Real Madrid, according to former team-mate Angel Di Maria.
Cristiano Ronaldo could follow his team-mate out of Real Madrid according to the Argentinean playmaker Di Maria. Latest reports suggest that, Ronaldo's disappointment is increasing at Bernabeu and is also aware that he is slowly slipping down the world’s highest paid players list.
New Manchester United signings Radamel Falcao and his former team mate Di Maria are believed to be earning more than Ronaldo, not to mention Wayne Rooney who reportedly signed a £300,000 a week deal with United in February.
Former team-mate and a close friend, Angel Di Maria who also shares the same Agent as Ronaldo has stated, "I don't know how much longer Ronaldo can put up with it at Madrid. I get the impression that he is not very happy."

It is widely reported that Ronaldo is extremely unhappy with Real Madrid's new transfer policy and had previously stated, "I have a very clear opinion but I cannot always say what I think."

The Portuguese forward refused to celebrate either of his two goals last Sunday's 3-0 la Liga victory over Granada. When asked about his behaviour, Ronaldo added, “I'm sad -when I don't celebrate goals it's because I'm not happy. It's a professional thing. Real Madrid knows why I'm not happy, “.
Ronaldo's agent, Jorge Mendes, said that he was well aware about his client's issues with Real Madrid. He stated, “Ronaldo's comments are based on things I am aware of and he is at liberty to divulge them. These comments have not surprised me and certainly not upset me. “
“I love Manchester. Everyone knows that. Manchester is in my heart. I left many good friends there. The supporters are amazing and I wish I can come back one day” He had said earlier this week. It has been reported that Premier League giants Chelsea have been showing interest to sign Ronaldo, however if he does decide to quit Madrid, he would certainly head back to Manchester United.