Even as speculations of Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid in the ongoing summer window are rife, it has now emerged that the Portuguese superstar is unlikely to find his next destination outside Europe. As a outcome, Marca believe that "unless there is a drastic change in the coming days, there will come a point of no return for Ronaldo".
It remains to be seen what the future holds for the 33-year-old as he continues to be linked with a move away from the Spanish club.
Iniesta has faced Ronaldo many times in El Clasico, knowing exactly what the five-time Ballon d'Or victor has to offer for club and country.
"It was very nice to be at Real Madrid, in the coming days I will talk about it more".
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Cristiano Ronaldo has been with the Madrid club since 2009.
"Salah has been one of the revelations of the year", Ronaldo told reporters.
Besides Zinedine Zidane's sudden departure, Real's speculated interest for Neymar has also complicated matters for Ronaldo as the club is reportedly preparing to offer a world-record bid to bring the Brazilian from Paris-Saint Germain forward.
Speaking on Monday at Portugal's World Cup team base camp on the outskirts of Moscow, Fernandes said: "I have nothing negative to say about Cristiano, he looks focused and doesn't look at all anxious about his future".