BREAKING: Ronaldo’s new decision has been disclosed by Real Madrid following their meeting with Florentino Perez.
Cristiano Ronaldo won’t be returning to the Santiago Bernabeu with Real Madrid.
The veteran striker reportedly asked to quit Manchester United this summer because the team won’t be participating in the Champions League the following year.
According to Marca, the 37-year-old wants to keep competing in Europe’s premier league and maintain his goal scoring lead over Lionel Messi.
Although it appears that he wants to leave Old Trafford, the Portugal international’s new manager, Erik Ten Hag, claims that he is not for sale and that he is depending on him.
On Wednesday afternoon, Ronaldo allegedly had a new meeting with Real Madrid President Florentino Perez, but the club’s position has remained the same.
According to Marca, Real Madrid’s schedule won’t alter in the least and won’t incorporate the player’s comeback from Manchester United.
According to the publication, Real Madrid’s management is now looking to unload a number of players they do not trust.
Although there hasn’t actually been a meeting in the traditional sense, it is said that Ronaldo’s recent two-day stay in the Spanish city fueled speculations.
Ronaldo is seeking for a place to call home, but it won’t be at the Bernabeu. Nevertheless, the 37-year-old’s bond with Real Madrid is more than appropriate.
Cristiano Ronaldo is prepared to accept a large pay cut, maybe as much as a 30% decrease, according to Jorge Mendes, who is letting teams that are turned off by his earnings know. Ronaldo is still interested in joining Atletico. Club, however, keeps its distance, as was previously stated.
Atletico Madrid insiders insist that the club is only unable to relocate due to budgetary constraints. Ronaldo’s recruitment by Atleti has been dubbed “problematic.” Also not a possibility is a Real return. On Real’s side, there is no desire for it.