United ready to seal £175m Ronaldo deal

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"The only thing I can say is Cristiano Ronaldo is a Real Madrid player", he told Spanish radio station Onda Cero, on the day he was re-elected president of the European champions. The prosecutor argues that Ronaldo used a shell company in the Virgin Islands to defraud Spanish tax authorities of a total of $16.5 million. "We are happy. I read there is an agreement for €75million, but there is nothing". "And I'm sure he's happy at that club".

But the situation has stuck in the craw for Ronaldo, leading the Portugal captain to tell those close to him that he wants to quit the club and the country.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has disclosed his biggest ambition yet, stating that he would have loved to bring Lionel Messi to Santiago Bernabeu.

Perez said on Neymar: "He passed a medical with Madrid".

Ronaldo has denied the charges but his immediate future with the Champions League winners is in doubt, after the 32-year-old was revealed to be "very sad and really upset".

The Real Madrid president said last night neither Morata, James Rodriguez or Cristiano Ronaldo had been the subject of a formal approach.

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A key issue he did not mention was the EU's bill for Britain to leave, which Brussels estimates at a colossal 100 billion euros. British foreign minister Boris Johnson , like Davis a prominent backer of the leave campaign, also sounded an upbeat note.

Ronaldo spent six seasons at Old Trafford before he left to join Real Madrid in the summer of 2009. An entire report about Manchester United, Real Madrid and a much-talked-about transfer that doesn't mention you know who.

PSG: The Parisian giants have been linked to Ronaldo many times before as a possible destination for him as he nears retirement.

Costa Rica goalkeeper Navas was criticised at several points last season for unconvincing displays which cost Real points leading to reports in the Spanish media that the club would make another move for De Gea.

Press Association Sport understands United's former Real boss Mourinho is keen to sign Morata as the Red Devils target three or four high-quality summer acquisitions.

United and Premier League champions Chelsea are reportedly battling to sign Spain striker Morata, while a host of clubs across Europe have been touted as possible destinations for Colombia global Rodriguez.

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