Cristiano Ronaldo has not spoken to Real Madrid officials about a transfer away from Spain and he is not expected to leave the European champions during the close season, club president Florentino Perez said on Monday.
In quotes carried on Marca's website, Perez said: "I have not spoken to him. It starts with the media".
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Football Paradise understands Ronaldo feels he has been singled out for disproportionate treatment after prosecutors accused him of defrauding the authorities of 14.7million euros (£12.8m). Get the app and get the game.
Where he plays in the Portugal Confederations Cup in his home country.
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Turning to a well-worn phrase favoured by European Union negotiators, he said: "Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed". He said those were the rights of expatriate citizens and problems of a new EU-UK border, notably cutting across Ireland.
But it is United who look to be at the front of the queue for a player Bayern Munich have denied interest in, with Jose Mourinho's men reported to be preparing a record bid to bring the forward back to Old Trafford. "I don't have any solution but Cristiano, like everyone else, has a contract and is a Real Madrid player", Perez told radio station Onda Cero on Monday after earning a third consecutive mandate at Real. I've heard about the Cristiano situation from what newspapers have written.
The barriers saw off potential challengers in the last election in 2013 and no candidate has emerged in the 10-day period since the electoral process began on June 8, leaving construction magnate Perez, who turned 70 this year, a free run to his third successive mandate and fifth overall.
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He scored 42 goals in all competitions and played a key role in helping his club win the Champions League and the La Liga . However his opponents criticised reforms in the club statutes which have toughened criteria for aspiring candidates.
A four-time Ballon d'Or victor, the 32-year-old Ronaldo is the top European soccer player. A judge will decide whether there are grounds to take the matter to court.