Four possible destinations should Cristiano Ronaldo actually quit Real Madrid

Paola Ditto
Giugno 19, 2017

CRISTIANO RONALDO has won the backing of the Spanish Football League president in his tax evasion case.

Ronaldo, now with Portugal at the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation, has been angered by €14.7m ($21.6m) tax fraud claims in Spain.

According, to the Telegraph, Ronaldo has a buy-out clause is €1bn - which no team across Europe will be expected to trigger, although a world-record bid of €150m (£131m) could tempt Los Blancos into selling.

The Portuguese star has told Real Madrid bosses that he wants to leave Spain after becoming enraged by his treatment over recent tax fraud allegations.

The Portuguese star told his global team-mates that he wanted out of Real Madrid, likely because of the €14.7 million he's accused of not paying to the Spanish tax authorities.

Manchester United was always going to be his most likely destination, with Cristiano, several times in the past, professing his love for the club where he spent six fruitful years.

Manchester United sold Ronaldo to Real Madrid in the summer of 2009 for £80m and they have tried to set up a deal for his return on at least one occasion since his departure. Let us know your thoughts.

"I think it is very hard (to change his mind), Calderon told SunSport". Either I'm deaf - which I'm not as everyone knows I'm a great listener - or we have to be careful where these rumours start.

The Portuguese attacker, who led Madrid to the La Liga title and Champions League glory last season, shocked just about everyone after news emerged of his desire to leave the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in Real Madrid's 4-1 Champions League final victory over Juventus. "I think our good communication has led to good results".

Marca said that Ronaldo believes he is being made an example of because of his status as a star and that "he is judged without people really knowing him".

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