Published: Sun, June 10, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Ronaldo Makes An ‘Irreversible’ Decision To Leave Real Madrid

Ronaldo Makes An ‘Irreversible’ Decision To Leave Real Madrid

The reigning Ballon d'Or victor claimed he will be talking about his future in the days to come, but is yet to reaffirm the club's fans that he is staying in Spain for another year. We all want Ronaldo to stay and Neymar has our doors wide open.

The front page of Diario Record has a photograph of Ronaldo with the headline: "Ronaldo will leave Real - Irreversible decision". "But whether you truly get value for money is a question that only fans can answer".

But the 33-year-old has filled the Old Trafford faithful with hope after seemingly calling time on his Los Blancos career in the wake of last month's Champions League final. Madrid must always look for the best players.

These claims echo similar reports in Spain, in which 'AS' report that Jorge Mendes had meet with Madrid representatives but that the players and clubs demands were on opposite ends of the spectrum.

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"Cristiano is not the owner of Real Madrid".

I don't want to take over from the unique moment of my teammates who deserve it, who are real champions.

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It just so happens that last season Pro Evolution Soccer had to change the cover of its 2018 edition, since it had Neymar still playing for Barcelona.

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Their World Cup-winning side of 2002 was loaded with attacking talent and captured the imagination of a global audience.

The world-record signing, at almost £200m, had a high-profile spat with Edinson Cavani over penalty taking duties, and Unai Emery found it hard to manage the big characters in the dressing room.

"It was an important meeting".

Debate regarding which of the two eternal rivals can be considered the best has raged for over a decade now, with high-profile figures from the sporting world and beyond having had their say.

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"If we find a way to build a structure around him, so he can show all his talent on the pitch, I think we have a key player to win our games".

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