Real Madrid president: Cristiano Ronaldo's situation 'all very unusual

Solenn Plantier
Juin 20, 2017

According to AS, Man United, along with Ronaldo's previous clubs Sporting CP and National, will all profit is Cristiano is sold by Los Blancos.

However, Pepe's former defensive partner at Madrid, Sergio Ramos, has other ideas with Marca reporting that the Spanish worldwide has telephoned Ronaldo to try and convince him to stay at the club.

Speculation over Ronaldo's future is set to be broached later on Monday by Real president Perez, who stood unopposed for re-election this month and will now continue at the head of the European and Spanish champions until 2021.

Portuguese Player, Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo has instructed his manager to get him a summer move to his old club.

Onda Cero say Perez will "give his version of the "Ronaldo case" in an interview with the Spanish radio station late on Monday evening, while an event marking his re-election will be held at 6.30pm United Kingdom time at the Bernabeu's presidential box. "I found out about all this from a newspaper", Perez said.

"And in this period I have tried to be respectful to others and I have not had an active part". He's immersed in the Confederations Cup [with Portugal] at the moment, which is an important competition, and for the moment there's nothing until that ends. The last time I spoke to Ronaldo was after the Cardiff match and we spoke about next season. I know Cristiano and he is a good guy, both as a professional and a person. I'll talk to him and he'll have to tell me. There is nothing Real Madrid have to do now. "He is not a business, he forms part of this club's history". Now with Ronaldo reportedly unhappy in Spain after some tax evasion charges were floated, the dynamic forward may find a new team.

THE footballer last played in Manchester United's "Theatre of Dreams" in 2009. If he leaves Madrid, Ronaldo wants to stay in Europe which would rule out a move to the Chinese Super League.

"There must be some sort of confusion which will be clarified". You could argue that it might be a bit shortsighted to bring back Ronaldo at 32, but with the shape he's in, he shouldn't have any problem playing on the highest level for at least another 4-5 years.

"Cristiano definitely didn't want us to pay his fine. he isn't like that". If he's angry it's because he feels unjustly treated. Spanish media has released such news. The presumption of innocence has not been respected. I do not know what happened, everything is odd. "[Ronaldo's agent Jorge] Mendes called me and told me that".

Perez's radio interview came hours after the 70-year-old businessman was reelected to a fifth four-year term as Madrid's president. Perez read a prepared speech and did not take questions from journalists at the event. "And we have not sent any offers for any players, either".

That includes a bid for Real striker Alvaro Morata and continued negotiations over Ivan Perisic, the Inter Milan attacking midfielder.

If there is any club capable of spending such insane kinds of money it is Manchester United, so don't be surprised if it happens.

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