No offer received for Ronaldo, says Real boss


After reports circulated that the Portuguese star was unhappy with the taxman and life at the Champions League winners, it appears that PSG and China were the most likely destinations, should Ronaldo decide to pack his bags and leave Madrid.

The Portugal worldwide had knowingly used a "business structure" created in 2010 to hide his income in Spain from his image rights.

He has led Madrid to back-to-back Champions League titles and its first Spanish league in five seasons this year, and helped Portugal to win last year's European Championship.

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"I learned of the [reports] through what a newspaper said".

According to Sky Sports News (h/t James Cambridge of the Express), former Real president Ramon Calderon has "cast a major doubt" over the player's return to Old Trafford after questioning Ronaldo's relationship with United manager Jose Mourinho.

"I have not talked with him yet, but I will talk with him in the upcoming days".

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Last week, fans in Madrid and across the world were shocked to hear that Cristiano Ronaldo intends to leave Real Madrid this summer.

It means the Real Madrid superstar is nearly certain to miss a pre-season friendly against bitter rivals Barcelona, which takes place in Miami two days before.

"Last year we had the chance to sign him but we didn't take it and now we don't have any agreement with Manchester United to sign him".

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo runs with the ball during the Confederations Cup, Group A soccer match between Portugal and Mexico, at the Kazan Arena, Russia, Sunday, June 18, 2017.

Perez says he will hold talks with the 32-year-old after his national side's campaign in the ongoing Federation Internationale de Football Association event.

Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have been linked with a move for the Portuguese forward, while Bayern Munich denied interest on Monday.

The paper added captain Sergio Ramos also reached out to Ronaldo, who has a club-record scored 406 goals in 394 matches for Real, pleading with him to stay. Cristiano will have to fulfil his fiscal obligations.