Man City "make contact" with Cristiano Ronaldo

Solenn Plantier
Juin 19, 2017

The Portuguese star told his worldwide 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.

He is now at the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation with the Portuguese national team where his team-mate Andre Silva said that Ronaldo was motivated for the tournament.

He has been linked with a return to Old Trafford quite a few times and Sky are reporting that he is interested in re-joining the club this summer.

"Maybe it is something he said in a moment when he's really angry".

Real Madrid hitman Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants out of the Spanish capital after being accused of tax evasion.

While the controversial former Real Madrid president feels that convincing Ronaldo not to leave Madrid may be an impossible task, he also believes that it's unlikely there is much truth to the speculation.

Ronaldo has completed eight seasons at Real Madrid since joining them from Manchester United in 2009 for a then world record fee of just more than €96 million.

Ronaldo has caused a stir by saying he wants to leave Real Madrid, after helping the club win a third UEFA Champions League crown in four years, per Dan Roan of BBC Sport.

This comes amid news that Ronaldo told Sir Alex Ferguson six weeks ago (http://dailypost.ng/2017/06/18/ronaldo-told-ferguson-six-weeks-ago-ready-quit-real-madrid/), that he is ready to leave the La Liga club.

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. Whilst remaining calm with the situation, Ronaldo expressed his concerns with Spanish fans who have recently been booing him.

Despite leading the club to the Premier League title, the Daily Mail suggests the Italian is frustrated at the club's lack of action in the transfer market while the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United have made early signings.

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