Cristiano Ronaldo shocked Real Madrid and their supporters when reports emerged that he was unhappy in Spain and wanted to leave due to recent tax fraud allegations. A news report claimed that the Real Madrid star had been outraged by the Spanish authorities’ allegations that he has defrauded the tax man.
According to sources in Spain Ronaldo demanded Real Madrid to pay his disputed £13million tax bill and any fine that’s imposed if he’s found guilty of defrauding Spanish authorities.
The Los Blancos board decided that they will not stand in Ronaldo’s way should he demand an exit, but are equally determined to receive a healthy fee for the Real star.
Recently Ronaldo with his Instagram post responded to the tax complaints and transfers by just saying that “Sometimes the best answer it’s to be quiet”. Ronaldo suggested that he will remain tight-lipped over tax allegations.
Real Madrid president Fiorentino Perez said Cristiano Ronaldo was ‘very angry’ due to the allegations of tax fraud in Spain. Perez also stated that despite Ronaldo being angry, he would never leave Real Madrid for Manchester United.
“He is a Real Madrid player and will continue to be,” said Perez.
“I haven’t talked to Cristiano but what I do know is that you’re not always treated well in this country.
“When Cristiano is back from the Confederations Cup, we will deal with the matter. All I know is that he is very angry.
“We were on the deadline for (presidential) nominations and I wanted to be respectful, but I am convinced we will talk and we will solve it. Cristiano has a contract and he is a Real Madrid player.
Even the Portugal coach revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo was not thinking of any possible transfer to any other club.
Past rumours stated that Ronaldo was eyeing a possible exit from Real Madrid to Manchester United. Even PSG was involved in the rumours. But now any possible transfers regarding Ronaldo is close to impossible.
At the moment Ronaldo is just concentrating on the Confederation cup and is just two steps away from adding another title to his glorious run of achievements this year. Ronaldo with his back to back Man of the Match awards has made Portugal the favourites to lift the title.