Published: Mon, June 19, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

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Zidane pleads with Ronaldo after 'I quit' bombshell

Ronaldo is rumoured to have made a decision to leave Real Madrid after he was charged by Spanish authorities over a €14.7m tax bill they claim to be due from his overseas earnings that went through an account in the British Virgin Islands.

Soon after the news of Ronaldo's demands to leave the Bernabeu became public, Los Blancos' manager rang the four time Ballon D'or victor to plead with him to stay, according to the story splashed across Marca's front page, yesterday.

CRISTIANO RONALDO avoided questions about his future last night as rumours the Portugal star wants to leave Real Madrid intensify.

The former United star has a release clause of one billion euros ($1.12 billion) written into his Real Madrid contract, having signed a five-year deal in November 2016.

Madrid have expressed "full confidence" in Ronaldo and believe he will be proven innocent of any wrongdoing, but nonetheless the Portugal global is claimed to have made an "irreversible decision" to leave Santiago Bernabeu. He can play again for the best club and I think that club now is Real Madrid.

The Portuguese worldwide was signed by Real Madrid from Manchester United in 2009 for a then world record fee of £80 million.

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As such, the forward has made clear his position to Florentino Perez, the Real Madrid president, and is now "determined" to leave Spain.

"The same year I had the problem with Robinho and he wanted to leave".

The claim is that the 32-year-old "felt unloved" at the Bernabeu and "let down by some of the fans who had at times booed him".

With Ronaldo's future at the club uncertain, Real Madrid are now rethinking their decision on Morata and according to AS, they are considering putting negotiations with Manchester United on hold.

"I am sure he will stay in Europe", he said. "From what I have read, I am convinced that there is no crime".

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