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20 June 2017, 10:27 | Charlene Valdez
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Real chief Florentino Perez has insisted the club are yet to receive any offers for Morata, Ronaldo and James Rodriguez.
The Real Madrid star is accused of defrauding Spanish authorities of €14.7m (£12.95m) between 2011 and 2014 and will now testify on July 31, it has been confirmed.
The Spain worldwide nearly joined Madrid in 2015 until the blockbuster transfer collapsed and he continues to be linked with a switch to the Santiago Bernabeu, but Perez insisted the capital club are happy with Navas. "No offer has been received for him".
Asked if Mourinho expected Ronaldo to return to Old Trafford, the club insider said: "No. Ronaldo wants only money from Real, nothing more".
And he has also complained on multiple occasions in the past at his treatment at the hands of Real supporters, who have resorted to jeering and booing his performance on the pitch. Ronaldo is threatening to leave Spain after running into problems with tax authorities.
Portuguese sports daily A Bola had also claimed that Perez had already been informed of the 32-year-old's decision.
The 32-year-old is now away with Portugal at the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation, where he has so far evaded questions over his future - including skipping the traditional man-of-the-match press conference after Sunday's draw with Mexico.
Ronaldo, a player United are naturally interested in, has a prohibitively high one billion euros (£880million) buyout clause in the new and improved deal he signed in November which ties him to the Bernabeu until 2021.
"I have not spoken to any [clubs]".
Perez said: "We have built a legendary team with the best players from Spain and the world, but also with many players from our youth academy".
"But something really freaky would have to happen if he were to leave this club".
His representatives Gestifute have denied the accusation, while his club have said they are "absolutely convinced that our player... will prove his total innocence in this process".
"Ronaldo recalls being protected by Manchester United as a club, Sir Alex Ferguson as a manager, in a way that he's still at a loss, that he still laments".
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