What started out as an A Bola report, has turned into a fact, pretty much, with several media outlets claiming to have confirmed the news that Cristiano Ronaldo has indeed decided to leave Real Madrid.
The Portuguese star is said to have made his decision after being prosecuted in Spain for tax evading, feeling that he has done nothing wrong, and this whole case is an unfair persecution.
The next question after ‘is this true’, is ‘where could he go’, and former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon seems to have an idea.
He delayed his move to Madrid for a year because Alex Ferguson was like a father to him. He loved the club, the fans, the city and I don’t rule out a move back
he said, talking to BBC Sport, referring to Manchester United.
The relationship in Madrid wasn’t the best but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t want to go back to Manchester where he is very grateful of what happened
Calderon replied, when ‘reminded’ of the troubled relationship between Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho during their joint time at the Santiago Bernabeu.
In any case, Ronaldo’s next club, according to the former Madrid president
has to be able to meet his expectations. It’s not about the money, it’s about offering him the possibility of winning titles and personal awards.