Cristiano Ronaldo unhappy about Real Madrid’s interest in Manchester United superstar

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly angry that Real Madrid are interested in signing Paul Pogba from us.

Pogba’s future at Old Trafford is currently the subject of a lot of speculation. The Frenchman is reportedly unhappy with the position in which Jose Mourinho is deploying him, whereas our Portuguese gaffer feels like he is playing the former Juventus star in the best possible position.

Since arriving at United from the Italian giants, Pogba has failed to make the desired impact and he has been at the receiving end of criticism this season as United have failed to threaten Manchester City in the Premier League title race.

Reports have suggested that Mourinho could be looking to cash in on the £89million-rated star by the end of the season, amidst an interest from Madrid.

Spanish source Don Balon has claimed that Ronaldo was unhappy when he learnt that Los Blancos are interested in signing Pogba and wants to keep the deal from materializing.

Paul Pogba

Ronaldo is understood to be worried about the fact that Pogba might receive a massive salary if he moved to the Santiago Bernabeu and he believes that this could cause unrest within the squad.

The former Manchester United legend has, however, given his permission to Madrid to attempt to sign our goalkeeper David De Gea. As they have performed poorly in the La Liga this season by their standards, Madrid are set to undergo a squad revolution at the end of the season and are looking to sign a new keeper to replace Keylor Navas as their first choice shot-stopper.

Along with De Gea, they have also been linked with Chelsea number one Thibaut Courtois.

Losing De Gea will be a major blow for us, considering that he is one of the world’s best keepers and an undisputed leader within our first team.

However, with Chelsea struggling to finish in the top four this season, the chances of Los Blancos signing Courtois are perhaps higher than the chances of them signing De Gea.