Cristiano Ronaldo to leave Real Madrid? The latest odds on his future

Cristiano Ronaldo appears set to leave Real Madrid       
          
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Ronaldo has made no secret of his admiration for Manchester United - the club he left for the Bernebeu in 2009 - and the club would have the financial muscle that could land his signature (PSG being another obvious possible suitors).

Ronaldo, 32, is rumoured to want to leave Real Madrid this summer after a hugely successful period at the Bernabeu.

The Portuguese worldwide has told reporters that the Spanish Tax system has treaded him unfairly, ultimately causing his decision to leave Real Madrid.

54 - Ronaldo has scored 54 goals in the knockout stages of the Champions League, putting him way clear of Lionel Messi (37) and Thomas Muller (19) as the most prolific.

Sky Italia are reporting that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to return to Manchester United. "There is no turning back", Ronaldo said to his teammates, as reported by Marca.

LaLiga president Javier Tebas is adamant Cristiano Ronaldo will be proven innocent of tax evasion and is anxious about the potential impact of the Real Madrid star leaving Spain's top flight.

Ronaldo responded that "sometimes the best answer is to be quiet" in response to Spanish prosecutors' four accounts of alleged fraud between 2011 and 2014.

Ronaldo has denied any wrongdoing Real officials said on Thursday that they were confident that he had acted legally.

Meanwhile, former Real president Ramon Calderon believes it will be hard to convince Ronaldo to stay if he is determined to leave.

This Monday, China's transfer window will open, we expect many clubs to be looking to sign Ronaldo with record transfer fees being set.

The storm has gone on while Portugal are preparing for the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation - their first game coming against Mexico on Sunday - but Ronaldo's global colleague Andre Silva insists his captain is concentrating on the task at hand. While Bayern Munich is being surrounded by top-notch soccer stars and consistently competing for the UEFA Champions League title, would the German giants, rich as they are actually able to afford CR7?

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