Real Madrid issued a statement fully supporting the player, claiming they were "absolutely convinced of his innocence", but Ronaldo is unsatisfied with the club over their attempts to defend him on the matter.
Ronaldo is accused of defrauding the authorities of 14.7 million euros in tax through offshore companies.
At the moment, United are wary of being drawn into a transfer saga surrounding Ronaldo's future and the general feeling at Old Trafford is that he will stay in Madrid. "He said "I want to leave" and that was that", Calderon told BBC Radio 5 live.
Multiple reputable football sources have just announced that Cristiano Ronaldo no longer wants to play for Spanish team Real Madrid.
Speaking at a press conference ahead of Portugal's Confederations Cup meeting with Mexico on Sunday, Santos announced his support for Ronaldo. Having won three Champions League titles in the past four years as well as this season's La Liga, there is a sense that he wants a new challenge. On the other hand, the 32-year-old could probably be an ideal replacement for the outgoing United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
United remain one of the clubs with the financial muscle to offer a competitive package for Ronaldo - they are predicting record revenues of up to £570m this year - and his return would be a dream commercial move.
Ronaldo told reporters this when questioned about his time in England.
"He delayed his move to Madrid for a year because Ferguson was like a father to him".
Do people actually think he will go?
Tebas, of course, knows how much the LFP would suffer if four-time Ballon d'Or victor Ronaldo does leave Madrid.
Although that claim will be met with scepticism, not least because of the briefings from Ronaldo's camp last week, clubs are nevertheless being encouraged to believe he is serious in his desire to quit.
What is his most likely destination? .
Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United are believed to be most interested in and capable of acquiring Ronaldo, while Juventus, Inter Milan and any number of Chinese or MLS clubs could make improbably bids for his services.