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Perez to remain as Real Madrid president until 2021

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Ronaldo is reportedly unhappy in Spain after being accused of hiding money from the taxman

Ronaldo is reportedly unhappy in Spain after being accused of hiding money from the taxman

In an interview with La Sexta, Tebas also stated his belief that the charges will prove to be unfounded, amid rumours of a return to Manchester United or a switch to Paris Saint-Germain.

Jorge Mendes, his agent, knows that well as Ronaldo has asked him to do everything he can to bring him back to Old Trafford.

Ronaldo led Real Madrid to their 12th European Cup earlier this month after scoring two goals in a 4-1 victory over Juventus in the Champions League final, becoming the tournament's top scorer.

Now facing a lawsuit, Ronaldo, who is one of the world's most expensive footballers, is accused of de-frauding the Spanish tax system of nearly 15 million euros.

The Spanish prosecution in the indictment alleged that Ronaldo had evaded tax "in a conscious and voluntary manner".

Speaking on United's decision to let go of Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic who is now recuperating from injury, Ruggedman told Completesportsnigeria.com on Saturday: "Zlatan is a world class striker and it is unfortunate that he copped that injury".


"You're talking about Manchester United, a club that you rightly say that he's always been extremely fond of".

-Marca, who are based in Madrid, report that Los Blancos will set the price for Ronaldo at €200m.

The former United star has a release clause of one billion euros ($1.12 billion) written into his Real Madrid contract, having signed a five-year deal in November 2016.

To put that figure into perspective, the highest soccer transfer fee ever was Paul Pogba's move from Juventus to Manchester United last summer.

Manchester United fans would love to see Ronaldo back at Old Trafford, but will the club be willing to gamble such a huge amount on a player who is 32-years-old?

Madrid have expressed "full confidence" in Ronaldo and believe he will be proved innocent of any wrongdoing, but nonetheless he is claimed to have made an "irreversible decision" to leave Santiago Bernabeu.



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