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  • Cristiano Ronaldo to his national team teammates: "I'm leaving, there is no way back"


Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid's top scorer, told his team-mates that he had decided to leave the club and would not return to the club.

The Spanish newspaper Marca said, Cristiano Ronaldo told his teammates at the camp: "I'm away from Real Madrid. I'm serious about this decision and I will not back away from it,"  adding that the Madera missile was looking for a new team after leaving the royal castle.

The newspaper explained that the reason for the departure of Don is not related to football, but due to the recent crisis accused of tax evasion, which made him upset and angry at the situation in Spain.

Prosecutors in the Spanish capital Madrid have accused Cristiano Ronaldo of tax evasion four times in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, amounting to 14.7 million euros.

While Spanish media reports said that the Portuguese player and in view of the tax crimes accused, he may face a prison sentence of up to 7 years.

The Portuguese media have already revealed Cristiano Ronaldo's offer of 180 million euros. A Chinese team would like to contract a Madeira with a deal of 200 million euros and an annual salary of more than 120 million euros to be the most expensive player in history.

Cristiano Ronaldo joined Real Madrid in 2009 with a deal worth 94 million euros from Manchester United and renewed his contract with the Royal Club to end in 2021 with a penalty of one billion euros.

  • Ronaldo is (at least) 400 M € for Real!
If Real Madrid has not yet resolved to let Cristiano Ronaldo, who would have announced his departure, leave the merengue club fixed the exorbitant price of a possible transfer of his Portuguese star.
Will not leave? Since Cristiano Ronaldo announced his future departure from Real Madrid, an information he would have confirmed to his teammates in selection, planet football is boiling.
There are, of course, those who think that this is just another ploy to obtain a new and substantial salary upgrade, but also those who truly believe in the desires of the Portuguese star.
The Merengue club would wait for the Confederations Cup to end, in which the Selecçao is about to take part in Russia, to try to hold him back. But the double European champions are preparing for the eventuality of a departure.
A clause to ... one billion
If its clause of transfer is fixed to one billion euros (!), The Madrid training is well aware that no club will be able to put such a sum. And according to Marca, the negotiations could start at 200 million euros. A sale that would make him the most expensive player in the world, far ahead of Paul Pogba (105 million).
This transfer would save Real 200 million more, and thus bring in a total of 400 million, "CR7" being bound until 2021 to 50 million wage per year (including charges) ... An exorbitant rate that few teams would be able To disburse. The PSG and Manchester United are on the rows, and the soap opera could last for much of the summer.


  • Mercato AC Milan: Perin, the successor of Donnarumma?


AC Milan seem to have made a reason for it.

Despite his eighteen years, goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, represented by the influential agent Mino Raiola, would have refused to extend his contract with his club trainer.
So the Rossoneri look for a replacement and it is Mattia Perin, who seems to hold the rope. According to Sky Italia, the 24-year-old Genoa porter will land in Lombardy in exchange for 15 million euros.

  • Mercato Real Madrid: This player proposed to Milan for Donnarumma


After the announcement of Gianluigi Donnarumma non-extension to AC Milan, the biggest European clubs are now looking closely at the case of the young goalkeeper (18 years), trying to attract him this summer.
The PSG is on the lookout, like Real Madrid. According to Sportmediaset, the merengue club would be ready to offer a transfer allowance plus Keylor Navas to attach the services of the international transalpine.
To replace him, the Lombard formation also thinks of Mattia Perin, keeper of the Genoa.