The newspaper also reported that Ronaldo would prefer to stay in Europe after leaving the 13-time European champions and Italy, France or England could be his next possible destination. The 33-year-old is certainly not considering a move to Major League Soccer (MLS), China, Japan or the Middle East at this point of his career.
TeamTalk are citing a report from AS that claims Ronaldo has chose to leave Madrid after they refused to meet his salary demands following talks over yet another contract extension.
The reigning Ballon d'Or victor claimed he will be talking about his future in the days to come, but is yet to reaffirm the club's fans that he is staying in Spain for another year.
The AEAT is said to have finally agreed to a more lenient punishment than it had initially sought after accepting the player's explanation of how he pays tax on earnings from the image rights contained in his Real Madrid contract.
Sources close to Ronaldo confirmed to ESPN FC in January that the Portugal captain wanted to leave the club after a new contract delay.
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These claims echo similar reports in Spain, in which 'AS' report that Jorge Mendes had meet with Madrid representatives but that the players and clubs demands were on opposite ends of the spectrum. However, Ronaldo is believed to seek sums equal to the salaries of Barcelona's Argentinian forward Lionel Messi (40 million euros) and Paris Saint Germain's Brazilian striker Neymar (81.5 million euros).
Neymar met new PSG manager Thomas Tuchel last month, and the German said: "I met a very friendly, very open guy for the first time".
Electronic Arts - commonly referred to as EA - has revealed the cover star of Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, and once again it's the Portuguese and Real Madrid phenom, Cristiano Ronaldo.