Real Madrid Star Cristiano Ronaldo Seriously Considering Man Utd Return This Summer

Solenn Plantier
Juin 19, 2017

As well as return to United, Ronaldo has been linked with Paris Saint-Germain and Calderon thinks a lucrative move outside of Europe is not an option at this stage of his career.

Ronaldo wants to leave Madrid after becoming angered by the charges brought against him by Spanish prosecutors this week.

A source claims the Portugal global "feels great indignation" with the speculation about his tax affairs and and a sense of "injustice" at the allegations - which he contests - and has made a decision to leave Spain.

They cite sources who claim Ronaldo is "deeply disillusioned" after it was claimed he had defrauded Spanish tax authorities out of 14.7million euros and that he feels he is "a victim of persecution".

54 - Ronaldo has scored 54 goals in the knockout stages of the Champions League, putting him way clear of Lionel Messi (37) and Thomas Muller (19) as the most prolific.

The Real Madrid star is also reportedly keen on moving back to Manchester United.

It emerged on Friday that the 32-year-old wants to leave Madrid following an investigation into his tax affairs by Spanish authorities.

Ronaldo's representatives Gestifute have denied the accusation, while Madrid have said they are "absolutely convinced that our player Cristiano Ronaldo will prove his total innocence in this process".

The Real Madrid ace wants to leave Spain and people close to the player says that he still holds United close to his heart, Sky Sports said.

Ronaldo, who is at the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation with the Portuguese national team, is the latest in a long line of football players in Spain - among them Barcelona forwards Lionel Messi and Neymar - to be caught up in cases over tax or transfers.

This Monday, China's transfer window will open, we expect many clubs to be looking to sign Ronaldo with record transfer fees being set.

During that time, they won the Champions League three times and La Liga twice.

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