Cristiano Ronaldo walked out of a recent interview after he was asked a question about Sergio Ramos' situation with Real Madrid
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo stormed out of an interview after being questioned on the future of his club teammate Sergio Ramos.
Manchester United which coincidentally is Ronaldo's former club, is after Ramos and have had a £35million opening bid rejected last week by Real Madrid.
Ramos according to reports is at loggerheads with Real Madrid as he feels he has been undervalued by the club.
Ronaldo is said to be unhappy with the situation and has told Real Madrid not to sell his friend, Ramos.
In a recent interview with SNTV, Ronaldo was furious at questions about the situation.
"I don't know,'" he said twice before taking off his microphone and headphones and walking away from the interview.
Ronaldo however was not happy with the way the interview ended and blamed the interviewer for making him angry.
Speaking in his native Portuguese, Ronaldo said "I am not insisting on anything, he is making me leave."
"Do you want me to be unfriendly with this guy? You two are the ones who need to do this, man. This is making me look stupid in front of people."
The 30-year-old shook the hand of the interviewer and said 'my friend, thank you very much' before departing.
Before walking out of the interview, Ronaldo expressed his confident with new coach Rafa Benitez.
"I've never worked with him [Rafa Benitez], but he's a coach with a lot of experience. Let's see what happens," Ronaldo said.
"Real Madrid are the biggest club in the world. It's always a challenge to be there for players and managers.
"I would love to work with him. And let's see if we can win some important titles. And I am quite confident of that."