Cristiano Ronaldo has been flirting with a potential exit from Real Madrid for quite a while now. However, it seems the Portuguese’s threats this time are serious enough to make his chance of leaving the Santiago Bernabeu outfit a realistic one.
Per several outlets, the reigning Ballon D’Or winner has reportedly asked Real Madrid to grant his wish to leave the team over the next summer Transfer Window. Furthermore, it has been revealed that Ronaldo set an asking price of “no more than €100 million” perhaps as a way to ease his departure.
According to a report from Duncan Castles, from the Daily Record, Ronaldo’s relationship with Los Merengues’ president Florentino Perez looks broken beyond repair after reaching a “dangerously low ebb,” and it is believed that both parties are not even speaking between each other at the moment. That is not an encouraging sign.
Both Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain are keen to make a move for the star forward, although other teams could add to that pile as well. For what is worth, Ronaldo’s representatives already both these two aforementioned clubs that their client will “fight for a move” next summer.
The 32-year-old Portugal star collected his fifth Ballon d’Or at the start of December after leading Real Madrid’s La Liga and Champions League trophies last season. He still has a lot left in the tank, but it seems he won’t play for Real Madrid anymore after the current season comes to an end.