Florentino Perez Admits He Hasn’t Spoken To Cristiano Ronaldo Yet

The complaint was quickly followed by reports that Ronaldo has made a decision to leave Madrid ahead of next season following his tax problems, but Perez is adamant the prolific forward will only be on the move for a huge transfer fee.

Paris Saint-Germain are also believed to be weighing up a mammoth offer for Ronaldo but the 32-year-old icon prefers the Red Devils.

Ronaldo could be back on the left wing of Old Trafford’s picth, with Rashford or Mata on the other wing, and Pogba in the middle. The former United man is nearly in a league of his own in terms of physical capabilty given how well he looks after himself, meaning there are at least a few more seasons at the top of world football left in the forward.

Prosecutors in Madrid have filed a complaint in which they accused Ronaldo of a “voluntary” and “conscious” breach of his tax obligations, amounting to a figure of €14.7million.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez admitted he has not spoken with Cristiano Ronaldo about his desire to leave the club.

In 2009, Perez – then in his second spell at the club – signed Ronaldo for Real for a then world-record fee of £80m.

Ronaldo has been linked with a move back to his old club in recent days.

Madrid’s long-time president said the club had not received any transfer offers for Ronaldo.

“Not I nor anyone at Madrid is contemplating that Cristiano could leave the club”, Perez said. He won three Premier League titles, one Champions League trophy and one FA Cup in those six seasons. “There is no turning back”, the daily sports paper reported.

The Spaniard is on the cusp of a breakthrough at Madrid, but new signings could see him planted on the bench. However, one thing that could kill the deal would be if it drags on for too long.

Perez assured fans that the forward would be honouring his contract with Real Madrid, but revealed that he would not discuss the former Manchester United player’s future until after Portugal had finished their Confederations Cup campaign.