Insider gives update of talk of Man United return for Cristiano Ronaldo

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The Portuguese star is believed to be fed up with the way he is treated by the Spanish side's supporters, despite leading them to the La Liga and UEFA Champions League titles this season.

Now facing a lawsuit, Ronaldo, who is one of the world's most expensive footballers, is accused of de-frauding the Spanish tax system of nearly 15 million euros.

Ronaldo was named man of the match in his country's Confederations Cup game with Mexico but failed to attend the press conference which comes with the award, speaking only about the game in a brief interview with Federation Internationale de Football Association.

Bayern Munich on Monday rubbished reports they are set to swoop for world superstar Cristiano Ronaldo - with the German giants' chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge insisting it's pure fantasy.

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Paper Round's view: Ronaldo's willingness to return to United speaks volumes of his connection with the United fans, as well as Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Guardian are supporting the claims that Ronaldo wants to leave Spain after being left "outraged" by the allegations of tax evasion.

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.

Manchester United appear to be desperate to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club, but their next best option is him leaving Real Madrid for another club - as they will still benefit.

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho does not want Cristiano Ronaldo back at the club, the Daily Express reports . Asked about potential clubs Ronaldo could join, Perez said: "I'm not contemplating Ronaldo leaving".

Some close to Real say the European champions are taking it much more seriously than that, though, and feel there is at least a "25% chance" Ronaldo could actually leave, with Paris Saint-Germain similarly circling.

Spanish prosecutors have filed a lawsuit against the player accusing him of defrauding tax authorities of 14.7 million euros ($16.39 million) by hiding his image rights income between 2011 and 2014. It led to the Spanish keeper pledging his future to United. "I found out about all this from a newspaper", Perez said.

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If Ronaldo does leave Real, United will still gain even if he isn't back tearing it up at Old Trafford next season.

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