Cristiano Ronaldo desperately intends to depart from Spain after being outraged by the tax fraud accusations against him.
The Portuguese sensation has been accused of defrauding €14.7 million from the Treasury by the Prosecutor’s Office, which has left the Real Madrid star absolutely furious. Therefore, the 32-year-old intends to pack his backs and move away from Spain this summer, much to the shock of Los Blancos.
Ronaldo seems to have already talked about his desire to leave with Real president Florentino Perez, as the forward believes he has been used as an example in a completely unjust and unfair way, despite his attempts to solve the errors regarding his taxes voluntarily – something he finds extremely intolerable.
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The 4-time Ballon d’Or winner appears to have made up his mind to part ways with Real Madrid, but the club’s hierarchy expects that time, along with their involvement in the procedures of the case, will help Ronaldo calm down and continue his stay in the Spanish capital.
However, the La Liga giants do have a policy of not forcing anyone to stay at the club against their will, meaning they will let Ronaldo secure a move away from the club, provided an appropriate offer comes by.
However, Ronaldo’s sour relationship with former boss and fellow compatriot Jose Mourinho may rule out the superstar’s dream return to Old Trafford, which may give other interested parties, viz. the likes of Carlo Ancelotti’s Bayern Munich and a host of Chinese clubs, a chance to sign the best player in the world.
Written by Kunal Kambli
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