Cristiano Ronaldo tells Real Madrid he wants to LEAVE club after Bernabeu bust-up
Cristiano Ronaldo has told Real Madrid he wants to leave next summer after another fall-out at the Bernabeu.
Ronaldo, 32, threatened to leave last summer in the wake of his tax scandal but relations were smoothed.
He admitted in court he wanted to return to England but Manchester United were not keen on bringing him back.
But Ronaldo has reportedly declared he WILL leave next summer after he was unhappy with the contract extension offer put before him.
He is said to have ‘exploded’ and cannot stand being at the club any longer, according to Don Balon .
“Cristiano has already told the club he wants to leave, he is very angry about the offer of renewal, he considers that he needs more affection, the club does not value him,” journalist Edu Aguirre from ‘El Chiringuito’ said.
“He told Florentino Perez to facilitate the departure for a small fee.”
And Perez is said to be ready to accept his demands as he looks to revamp his flailing team.
Ronaldo has scored just once in La Liga this season as Real Madrid trail Barcelona by eight points after 11 games.
Perez wants a new look attack with Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Harry Kane.
But all three of those deals have complication – not least the players they would be replacing.
Neymar is the one identified as Ronaldo’s heir and Madrid could even look to do a deal with PSG that would swap the players.
Neymar is said to be unhappy in France already despite sealing a world record £200m deal this summer.