Thursday, 6 July 2017

Real Madrid confident of keeping Cristiano Ronaldo

Real Madrid playing it cool over Cristiano Ronaldo saga

Real Madrid are reportedly brushing aside Cristiano Ronaldo‘s exit demands in this summer’s transfer window as they remain quietly confident of keeping him at the club.
The Portugal international was said to be pushing for a move away from the Bernabeu earlier in the summer, following a case of alleged tax fraud filed against him by Spanish authorities.

Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have since been linked with moves for Ronaldo, but rumours have largely died down in the last couple of weeks.

It may be that Ronaldo has had a change of heart, with Marca claiming Real believe they can resolve the situation when the 32-year-old returns for pre-season.
So far, only manager Zinedine Zidane has spoken to Ronaldo to find out his thoughts, but players and key club chiefs remain calm about his future and believe he will end up deciding to stay.
This is not the first time the former United forward has looked like leaving Madrid before changing his mind, and it has been speculated that he’s simply after a new contract at the club.

Club captain Sergio Ramos plans to talk to Ronaldo when he links up with the squad again, but there is a growing belief around the club that he remains committed to the cause.
Ronaldo has been with Real since joining for a then-world record fee of £80million in 2009, and has made history with the club by becoming their all-time leading scorer and helping them to three Champions League wins.

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