Ronaldo who is Real Madrid's all-time leading goal scorer has however received backlash from fans this season at the Bernabeu and as finally voiced his frustration.More news: Top House Intel panel Democrat rebukes chairman over subpoenas
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Though hopeful that teammate and Colombia global James Rodriguez would stay put at Real Madrid, the Spanish football heavyweights' star forward Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted that the attacking midfielder has reasons to leave in the summmer.
There had been reports Los Blancos were unwilling to meet United's demands.
De Gea's performances have led to admiring glances from the Spanish capital, with Real interested in signing a player they come close to buying in 2015.More news: Terror warning shuts German rock festival on opening night
United have drawn up a list of alternatives should De Gea change his stance, including Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak and Milan's Gianluigi Donnarumma.
That message was confirmed by De Gea's team-mate Ander Herrera, who has urged his compatriot to stay at United despite losing his place to Sergio Romero in the final few weeks of the season.
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