European Paper Talk: Cristiano Ronaldo to quit Real Madrid

European Paper Talk: Cristiano Ronaldo to quit Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo will only stay at Real Madrid beyond this summer if they pay his disputed £13m tax bill
The transfer window is now open and our friends at Football Whispers have collated the best paper talk from the continent. Portugal. Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Real Madrid and has already informed the club's president Florentino Perez.

Following the tax fraud accusations made against Cristiano Ronaldo, HollywoodLife.com has learned that LAFC is hoping they'll get him to join the brand new team. “The new soccer team coming to Los Angeles wants to make a huge splash when they start

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The Portugal coach, Fernando Santos, and the striker André Silva have defended Cristiano Ronaldo, with Silva insisting his team-mate and captain is focused on the Confederations Cup, despite tax fraud accusations and fresh transfer speculation this week.

Cristiano Ronaldo will only stay at Real Madrid beyond this summer if they pay his disputed £13m tax bill

Manchester United must seal Cristiano Ronaldo transfer, says Stan Collymore
Manchester United must seal Cristiano Ronaldo transfer, says Stan Collymore

Real Madrid ready to pay Cristiano Ronaldo's tax bill to keep him at the club and fend off Manchester United

Manchester United are ready to launch an improved bid for Real Madrid star Alvaro Morata. Starsport understands Jose Mourinho is keen to bring the Spain international to Old Trafford after releasing Zlatan Ibrahimovic. A £52.4m (€60m) bid has already …

Manchester United must try to sign Cristiano Ronaldo if there's any chance – they'd be foolish not to

MANCHESTER CITY have sensationally thrown their hat in the ring to snap up Cristiano Ronaldo. News broke yesterday that the global megastar is seeking a move from Real Madrid, and it was believed he has targetted a return to Manchester United.
Real Madrid ready to pay Cristiano Ronaldo's tax bill to keep him at the club and fend off Manchester United
Real Madrid ready to pay Cristiano Ronaldo's tax bill to keep him at the club and fend off Manchester United
That breaks down to £175m in transfer fees and £175m in wages over the four remaining years of his deal, for which Real Madrid would expect to be compensated given that the player would have breached his contract. Real Madrid have reacted calmly to the. Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring against Latvia in a World Cup qualifier in Riga, Latvia, on June 9. 1:05 am, June 18, 2017. ReutersLISBON (Reuters) — Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave the club and Spain after being …

Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea could afford Cristiano Ronaldo – football finance expert

Manchester United must try to sign Cristiano Ronaldo if there's any chance - they'd be foolish not to
Manchester United must try to sign Cristiano Ronaldo if there's any chance – they'd be foolish not to

Real Madrid 's only hope of keeping Cristiano Ronaldo is if THEY pay up his disputed £13million tax bill and any fine that's imposed if he's found guilty of defrauding Spanish authorities. That will be Ronaldo's demand according to sources in Spain if …

ARSENAL, Chelsea and both Manchester clubs could afford Cristiano Ronaldo, football finance expert Rob Wilson has claimed. 0. By Jamie Styles / Published 17th June 2017. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%.
The Portuguese superstar is said to be disillusioned with life in Spain after being accused of tax evasion. A sensational return to Manchester United could be on the cards with Ronaldo almost certain to demand a world-record fee. It remains to be seen … . Cristiano Ronaldo is not letting accusations of tax fraud and fresh transfer speculation get to him, according to Portugal team-mate Andre Silva. The 32-year-old Real Madrid striker, who is in Russia as Portugal prepare for their Confederations Cup …

Could anyone justify the exorbitant cost of signing Cristiano Ronaldo?

Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea could afford Cristiano Ronaldo - football finance expert
Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea could afford Cristiano Ronaldo – football finance expert

Reports are sailing left and right that Cristiano Ronaldo has decided he wants to leave Real Madrid less than a month after winning his second consecutive Champions League title. This report surfaces every single summer, usually the result of an agent

For the latest gossip and debate, check out our Sportsday rolling news service every weekday, and for a list of all the completed deals, see our transfers page. Transfers. A fee of 150m euros (£131m) is being mooted for Cristiano Ronaldo, who wants to …

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