Published: Sun, June 18, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Riled-up Ronaldo seeking Real exit

But the man who set up Ronaldo's £80m transfer to Madrid believes the former Manchester United star will stay with the Champions League winners.

Accusations of Cristiano Ronaldo failing to pay $16.5 million in taxes have reportedly led to the Portuguese star telling Real Madrid club president Florentino Perez that he is prepared to leave the club.

As one of the most marketable players in the world, Ronaldo's potential availability would generate much interest, but only the very richest clubs in the world would be able to afford him.

Real Madrid said on Thursday they were confident the Portuguese forward had acted legally.

Ronaldo wants out of Madrid believing they have failed to back him over a charge of defrauding the Spanish taxman to the tune of £13million.

The Guardian also cited a source close to Ronaldo, claiming the megastar was "outraged" and "feels great indignation" at the "injustice".

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The news has alerted a number of top clubs across Europe and speculation has already started over which club could clinch his signature during the summer.

Others seem to think he's after a new contract - but don't disregard his possible lack of happiness in Madrid. At this moment, he wants to leave, " the source added.

The four-time Ballon d'Or victor has enjoyed another sensational season at the Bernabeu but is said to feel the club has not protected him sufficiently after he was charged with allegedly evading £13million in tax.

Ronaldo was one of Ferguson's best ever signings. Ronaldo's eternal rival for the title of Best in the World, FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, was found guilty of tax fraud in July 2016. The player, Manchester United and Real Madrid. Manchester United fans would love to see Ronaldo back at Old Trafford, but will the club be willing to gamble such a huge amount on a player who is 32-years-old?

Ronaldo, who has helped Real win the Champions League three times and La Liga twice, is accused of evading tax to the value of 14.7m euros (£13m; $16m) between 2011 and 2014.

Former Manchester United winger is now in Russian Federation with his national side as Portugal bid to add the Confederations Cup to their Euro 2016 success.

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