Cristiano Ronaldo Furious With Real Madrid's Latest Offer

Doug Mendoza
June 12, 2018

But La Liga chief Tebas has tried to reassure both Atletico and Real fans that their star players will not leave this summer.

According to the same story, Juventus are keen on adding Ronaldo to their squad and have good ties with Real Madrid.

This effectively ends any chance of Ronaldo leaving Europe this summer, with the forward set on playing in either Serie A, Ligue 1 or the Premier League. 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.

The five time Ballon d'Or victor is also understood to be driven by the wages earned by fellow superstars Neymar and Lionel Messi.

The Portuguese forward, whose current deal at Real expires in 2021, is believed to be keen on pay parity with football's highest-earners Lionel Messi and Neymar, who were handed new contracts over the last few months.

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Ronaldo, though, is "disgusted" with the latest offer, which is not much better than the one that was discussed a year ago, according to Marca.

"I think that Cristiano [will] stay at Real Madrid and Antoine Griezmann [will] stay at Atletico".

Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal arrived Saturday in Russian Federation to begin final preparations for a World Cup campaign that pits them against arch-rivals Spain.

"I hope that I have the chance to play against Cristiano Ronaldo, we must be focused on cancelling him out", he told reporters.

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