Re-elected Real Madrid president Florentino Perez tackles Cristiano Ronaldo problem

Re-elected Real Madrid president Florentino Perez tackles Cristiano Ronaldo problem

Re-elected Real Madrid president Florentino Perez tackles Cristiano Ronaldo problem

"Not I nor anyone at Madrid is contemplating that Cristiano could leave the club", said Perez. "It hasn't finished yet and I don't want to disturb the Portuguese team".

According to A Bola, the four-time Ballon d'Or victor will quit Spain in outrage at the country's tax authorities and dismayed by Real's subsequent response. I'll talk to him and he'll have to tell me.

"I have not spoken with Ronaldo". I know Cristiano and he's a good guy, not just with the ball, but as a person.

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Cristiano Ronaldo is now playing with Portugal in the Confederations Cup but the transfer rumors continue to swirl of a possible departure from Real Madrid.

Ronaldo has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu - possibly back to the Red Devils - after becoming unhappy at a perceived lack of support from Madrid over his current tax issues.

However, Spanish football expert Lowe feels that a move back to Old Trafford for Ronaldo could be made hard because he did not have the best relationship with Mourinho during his time at Real Madrid. I've heard everything through the newspapers. What I have been told is that he is using the same corporate structure that he used in the United Kingdom and there were no problems there.

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Ronaldo's former club Manchester United pounced in on the situation to bring him back to Old Trafford.

"It has affected me how the media treated Cristiano; the presumption of innocence was not respected". While United fans worry over losing their goalkeeper, they will be ecstatic about the possibility of re-signing Cristiano Ronaldo.

He has won three Champions League titles in the last four years, but is now embroiled in an ongoing issue with Spanish prosecutors who have accused him of avoiding tax totalling nearly £13million.

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Perez went on to say that Madrid hadn't received any bids for Ronaldo, Morata or James Rodriguez. "All we know is that he's unhappy with the treatment he has had from the press, who have claimed that he is a tax cheat".

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