Marcelo Has His Say On Cristiano Ronaldo's Real Madrid Future

Sherman Parsons
June 10, 2018

Cristiano Ronaldo has made a decision to leave Real Madrid and is set to make a sensational return to Manchester United in a £131m deal this summer, according to reports in Spain via TeamTalk.

Ronaldo has hinted at a move away from Madrid, despite confidence from those in the corridors of power that he will stay, while Neymar has been linked with a return to La Liga since trading Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2017.

Reports also indicate that Ronaldo believes Real Madrid have not supported him well enough with regards to a potential court case surrounding image rights.

Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale has added fuel to the rumours surrounding his future by joking with Manchester United star Paul Pogba on Instagram.

"If the president (Florentino Perez) wants somebody, he'll pick somebody". Madrid are not open to the possibility of extending Ronaldo's current contract given that he turns 34 next February and is on a steady decline.

"I've never understood the Ballon d'Or criteria", he said. It's not like Neymar can't get in because Cristiano is in the team.

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While his form in the first half of the campaign was often disappointing, Ronaldo still finished last season with 44 goals to his name, including 15 in the UEFA Champions League as Real won it for the third year running.

Debate regarding which of the two eternal rivals can be considered the best has raged for over a decade now, with high-profile figures from the sporting world and beyond having had their say.

Nasser Al Khelaifi, chairman of PSG, has always wanted to have Ronaldo on his team and now, faced with Portugal's declared intent to seek another destination, the wish of the leader and the state of Qatar could come true.

"The future of any Madrid player is not important, we have just made history".

Bale wrote: "Let me know if you need a trim @paul pogba" 'Red or blue this time?'

"I'm a big fan of Ronaldo as well, but I think Messi is the greatest ever".

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