Cristiano Ronaldo Tells Real Madrid His Transfer Plans During Crunch Meeting | See Details - 4 years ago
Cristiano Ronaldo has met with Real Madrid hierarchy to discuss his future at the club following reports that he wants to leave this summer. The Portuguese superstar was released by his national team to attend to personal issues, as he announced the arrival of his new twins after weeks of speculation over their birth. Prior to this, the 32-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu following allegations that he defrauded the Spanish tax authorities, and could be sentenced to prison for his actions. It was gathered that the accusations got Ronaldo very furious and was ready to quit Real Madrid because he felt they did not support him enough. Real Madrid had since come out to dismiss the transfer rumours, claiming that the FIFA Best Player of the year is not guilty of the allegation, although club President Fiorentino Perez came out to admit that the player was ‘angry’ but assured that he was not leaving this summer. Reports in reliable Spanish outlet, Marca claim that Cristiano Ronaldo has met with the hierarchy at Real Madrid to discuss his future, giving them assurances that he would not be leaving this summer. The report also have it that sources at the Spanish giants say there is an atmosphere of ‘tranquillity and confidence’ at the Bernabeu. The likes of Paris Saint Germain and Manchester United were credited with an interest in Ronaldo, with suggestions that his agents had began to speak with the interested parties.