Re-elected Real Madrid president Perez set to speak about Ronaldo's future

Lynette Rowe
June 20, 2017

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez Rodríguez will stay chairperson of the club for another four years, after no other candidates were eligible to compete him over the presidency.

Perez assured the fans that the Portugal worldwide would be honouring his contract with Real Madrid while insisting that he would contact the star striker only after the conclusion of Portugal's Confederations Cup campaign.

Costa Rica goalkeeper Navas was criticised at several points last season for unconvincing displays which cost Real points leading to reports in the Spanish media that the club would make another move for De Gea.

"In football and life, in general, we encounter situations which we don't expect and we have to find the best solution for everyone".

"I've seen very little of Mbappe, I know he's 18, a very good player, but for the moment he's a Monaco player", Perez said in an interview on radio station Onda Cero.

"This is all very odd, I will have to speak with him to see what's going on".

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Reports of a rejected €60 million bid from United seem wide of the mark, though, according to Madrid president Perez, who remains keen to keep Morata in the Spanish capital.

Ronaldo is accused of defrauding Spanish authorities of €14.7m (GBP12.95m) between 2011 and 2014 and will now testify on July 31, reports The Independent.

Ronaldo and Mourinho are the latest members of the soccer elite to be accused of tax fraud in Spain.

They were the ones who reported the new of Ronaldo's decision to leave Real Madrid and they cite a report from Gianluca Di Marzio. "No one has made us a single offer-not for Cristiano Ronaldo, not for Alvaro Morata, not for James Rodriguez".

With Barcelona having recently dropped out of the race to sign Semedo because of his price tag, it looks like it's a straight shootout between the two Manchester clubs.

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