2010 FIFA World Cup-winning manager Vicente del Bosque has criticised Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo for the recent remarks he made about possibly leaving Los Blancos.
Del Bosque was in charge of Spain when La Furia Roja beat Netherlands in the World Cup final in South Africa eight years ago, and has managed his fair share of big-name players in his managerial career.
As a player, the Spaniard spent most of his career at Los Blancos, where tensions between the club and their superstar player seem to be rising.
After the Spanish giants' UEFA Champions League final victory over Liverpool this past weekend, the Portuguese hinted in a post-match interview that he might not be at the club next season, sending fans into a frenzy.
Del Bosque, who managed Real in three different stints during his career, believes Ronaldo should have shown more care for his teammates.
"(His comments after the final) did not seem right to me," he said, according to Marca.
"Maintaining good personal relationships within a group is important and his words did not help, the best ones have to be the most generous in relation to others."
Ronaldo has since been linked with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, while he has also insisted he does not regret what he said.
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