Cristiano Ronaldo has called a truce in his feud with Jose Mourinho and wished his
fellow countryman all the best for the future.
The pair became embroiled in a major row at the end of last season, which ended
with the former Chelsea boss claiming Manchester United star Ronaldo "lacked
However, Ronaldo has shown he bears no grudge towards Mourinho and
said: "English football will miss Jose Mourinho. He is a great manager. He won a
lot of things in England and the titles speak for themselves. Maybe he wants a
new experience but I wish him all the best."
Ronaldo - who scored twice in United's 4-0 win over Wigan on Saturday - did not
say whether he felt Mourinho's exit would have an adverse effect on Chelsea's
title challenge this term.
However, with just two points from their last four games heading into this
weekend, Avram Grant has a major job on his hands to rekindle hopes of a third
championship in four seasons for the Stamford Bridge outfit.
Whether Grant achieves his aim or not, Ronaldo is convinced United are destined
for at least one major honour this season despite their own slow start.
"There is always pressure on you to win something," he said. "That is the case at
all the big clubs in the world and this season is no different for us.
"We need to win something; Premier League or the Champions League. These
are the most important trophies and I believe we will win at least one, possibly