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14 November 2017, 07:56 | Charlene Valdez
Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Real Madrid
According to reports which emerged this morning, the Portuguese star and victor of four Champions League trophies considers the Galacticos' latest offer to him to be too low, throwing the Madrid world into a panic.
Ronaldo has helped Madrid to 13 trophies during his time in the Spanish capital, including three Champions Leagues and two La Liga crowns.
At the end of October, the Portuguese star had revealed in a video on social media the name of the child as well as the proposed due date of the baby, initially fixed at November 21. Both Geo and Alana are fine!
And according to Spanish transfer outlet Don Balon, numerous Real players are fed up with the Portugal worldwide. "I'm very happy with the contract I have". He recently became a father once again after he and his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez gave birth to their daughter Alana Martina.
In June of this year, the four-time Ballon d'Or victor surprised everyone when he announced that he had fathered fraternal twins, Mateo and Eva, through a surrogate mother.
The 32-year-old is said to be angered by the deal on the table and believes he should be allowed to leave Madrid for a reasonable price. Clearly, the Real Madrid ace is looking to build a large family.
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