Real Madrid choose to put angry Cristiano Ronaldo up for sale

Real Madrid choose to put angry Cristiano Ronaldo up for sale

On Monday night "El Partidazo" radio show claimed to have information that Ronaldo was now asking Madrid for €75m net a year, up from his current annual salary of €42m [before taxes].

The five-time Ballon d'Or victor was given time off after helping Real Madrid lift the Champions League trophy for the third consecutive season - and fourth time in five years - following a 3-1 win over Liverpool on May 26 in Kiev.

Real Madrid's European commitments meant Ronaldo missed Portugal's last two friendlies, but his return proved timely as they get ready to open their World Cup Group B campaign against Spain on Friday, June 15.

"I can't imagine playing without Cristiano", Asensio said.

His move above Ronaldo comes after he signed a new contract at the Camp Nou, with Brazil star Neymar (£67.2 million) now in fifth place following his world-record move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain last summer.

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This time round the five time Ballon d'Or victor didn't say it on the back of a tax evasion claim but instead after Real won their third Champions League final in a row.

According to Record, Ronaldo has made the "irreversible" decision to call time on his nine-year stint at Madrid and the Portuguese forward will now look for a new club with England, France and Italy named as potential destinations.

Ronaldo looking weirdly not that happy to win the Champions League. "For me, Cristiano is the best right now, and certainly, Neymar will be equal to Cristiano". Just five members from Roy Hodgson's squad in Brazil are heading to the World Cup in Russian Federation next year, with Gareth Southgate favouring promise over experience.

An actual World Cup contender might have scored twice the amount of goals against Algeria that Portugal did Thursday, with only seven of their 18 shots finding the target.

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