'Record': Ronaldo will leave Madrid

Lynette Rowe
June 10, 2018

But why can't Neymar come and Cristiano stay?

LaLiga president Javier Tebas, who is a Real Madrid supporter, has spoken about the possibility of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Los Blancos following his reported fallout with the club's board.

Meanwhile, Real full-back Marcelo said he is hopeful of Neymar playing for the La Liga club and that that there is place for both the Brazilian striker and Ronaldo at the club.

There isn't a Manchester United fan on the planet who wouldn't love to see Cristiano Ronaldo line up for the Red Devils again.

Ronaldo appears set on trying to force an exit from Madrid for a second successive summer, although sources told ESPN FC after the Champions League final that a new improved contract could resolve the situation.

"For me Cristiano is the best at the moment and Neymar, for sure, will be as good as Cristiano".

Ronaldo, 33, smashed an fantastic 15 goals in 13 Champions League games to lead Madrid to their third straight title, while he also hit 26 La Liga goals in a season that caught fire in 2018 after a hard end to the previous year.

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

According to reports, Ronaldo is said to have "various dissatisfactions" with Real - including his wage packet which is said to be lower than Lionel Messi and Neymar's. 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.

Ronaldo is now on €21m-a-year.

The world-record signing, at almost £200m, had a high-profile spat with Edinson Cavani over penalty taking duties, and Unai Emery found it hard to manage the big characters in the dressing room.

Neymar met new PSG manager Thomas Tuchel last month, and the German said: "I met a very friendly, very open guy for the first time". "We are not favourites but in football nothing is impossible".

Given his unrivalled stature at Real Madrid, the chances of it actually happening have been slim at best for several years.

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