Cristiano Ronaldo likely to leave Real Madrid over unfulfilled promises

Heather Diaz
June 10, 2018

News that Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Real Madrid this summer refuses to go away and now his team mate Marcelo has come out to have his say on the whole thing.

Real Madrid are prepared to sanction a world-record transfer bid of over £300million to beat Manchester United to a deal for Neymar, according to The Sun. I just don't know if you get it because of the titles you've won, the season you've completed or just how good you are as a player.

Real Madrid left-back Marcelo has stated that Cristiano Ronaldo does not have any power over signing players after the club has been linked with recruiting Neymar.

The widespread rumours about Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid are refusing to die down.

It could also spell the end of Cristiano Ronaldo's stay at Los Blancos as there is uncertainty whether the club would be capable of paying both his and Neymar's wages.

Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly lower down the target list and could find himself out of the picture if his team-mate heads to Old Trafford.

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Meanwhile, according to Marca, Madrid have told Ronaldo's agent, Jorge Mendes that they are unwilling to match the player's demands.

It is thought that the disagreement will be settled over the next few days; however, there are strong claims that the relationship between both parties is potentially beyond fix. The newspaper also alleged that the Real Madrid dressing room had turned on him after the antics in Kiev, which soured what should have been a fantastic evening.

After nearly an entire decade with Real Madrid, the five-time Ballon d'Or victor could be seeking pastures new with negotiations turning sour.

Manchester United's Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho recently said that having Ronaldo in the squad gives Portugal an edge at the World Cup.

"For a sixth year in a row I am the top scorer in the best competition", Ronaldo said.

"I've playing well since Christmas and any player would want to start".

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