Ronaldo storms out of interview

2015-07-06 10:08
Cristiano Ronaldo (File)

Cape Town - Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo was left fuming after being asked a question about his contract with the Spanish giants.

ESPN report that Ronaldo cut his interview short with SNTV.

The interview reportedly was going well with the 30-year-old star fielding questions about Rafael Benitez taking over as the club's manager and the impact of Steven Gerrard's move to the MLS.

The talk with Ronaldo started going downhill after the Ballon d'Or winner was asked about the future of teammate Sergio Ramos.

"I don't know. I don't know" responded Ronaldo.

Ronaldo then walked out of the interview after being asked: "Your contract is up in 2018. Any thoughts?"

Spanish daily newspaper MARCA report that the Portugal star told his entourage: "You're the ones who ought to do this, man. You have to tell them, 'Wrap it up, wrap it up.' I'm being made to look stupid in front of people. I know when I have to stop."

Ronaldo still has three years left to run on his current Real Madrid contract.


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