Ronaldo threatens Real Madrid exit

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Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon believes that SAF's relationship with the attacker could make all the difference, and that it would supersede any tensions that Ronaldo had with Jose Mourinho.

Club of the English Premier League "Manchester United" will try to return to "old Trafford" star striker "real" Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo has frequently verbally committed himself to Real, and he's made no secret of his love for living in the Spanish capital. There is also competition from France however, with Paris Saint-Germain ready to launch a monstrous bid for the four-time Ballon d'Or victor.

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The world's top clubs are ready to scramble for Ronaldo's signature including his former club United, who want to be title challengers again.

Given that Ronaldo is the highest earning athlete in the entire world, according to Forbes, United and PSG are two of the very few destinations that have both the big bankroll and the major brand presence to legitimately attract and possibly sign him.

Spanish radio station COPE reported that Mendes had told Real Madrid was angry over the tax fraud claims and had an offer from a Premier League club, plus clubs in France and China.

It wouldn't be just United though who would want to sign Ronaldo, though. The player, Manchester United and Real Madrid.

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The 32-year-old feels is livid over being singled out for disproportionate treatment after prosecutors accused him of defrauding the authorities of €14.7m (GBP12.8m).

Losing Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo would be "an irreparable loss" for La Liga, according to the division's president Javier Tebas. He's very sad and really upset.

However, the Spanish publication claim that Ronaldo feels he has been treated badly and unjustly judged over the recent tax allegations.

Ronaldo past year extended his contract with the Spanish team until June 21, saying he wanted to end his career at the club. In November, he agreed to extend his contract until 2021.

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Raphael Guerreiro miskicked a cross into the box, allowing Carlos Vela to play the ball back in for Hernandez to score. Spanish prosecutors have accused Ronaldo of evading tax of 14.7 million euros (£13m), which he has denied.

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