Published: Thu, June 07, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Cristiano Ronaldo's wish to leave Real Madrid is 'irreversible'

Cristiano Ronaldo's wish to leave Real Madrid is 'irreversible'

While Ronaldo is undoubtedly a great player, he does not have the pace he used to.

As rumours of an exit continue, Cristiano Ronaldo has been warned by compatriot Luis Figo to consider how much Real Madrid have given him.

Ronaldo, Portugal's most capped player and record scorer, missed the first week of training and the friendlies against Tunisia and Belgium after playing for Real Madrid in the Champions League final against Liverpool at the end of last month.

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The same thing happened before last year's Confederations Cup when a Portuguese newspaper published a report saying Ronaldo wanted to leave Real Madrid after being accused of tax fraud in Spain.

Ronaldo is also believed to be unhappy that the club are concentrating on pursuing a move for Neymar rather than offer him a new contract.

"He has been, is, and will be very important for us and he and Madrid must always go forward hand in hand".

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Ronaldo, 33, has been linked with a move away from the 13-time European champions for the past four seasons but it appears that his threats of leaving hold more substance this time. The same report claims that Madrid hope to win the race by virtue of a better pay package and the inclination to pay Rodyrgo's release clause - something that Barcelona have been hesitant to do.

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His statement was not well received by his captain Sergio Ramos who was angry at the Portuguese star for making the announcement at the wrong time.

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