Madrid president Florentino Perez has dismissed any talk of Ronaldo leaving the Spanish capital, stating he would only consider a deal if a club met his €1billion buyout clause.
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Portuguese sports daily A Bola also claimed that Perez had already been informed of the 32-year-old's decision.
Spanish prosecutors have filed a lawsuit against the player accusing him of defrauding tax authorities of 14.7 million euros.
The four-time world player of the year, who said last week his "conscience is clear", is threatening to leave Madrid over the affair according to Spanish and Portuguese media.
"I haven't learned very much about the situation, he's at a very important tournament at the moment in the Confederations Cup and until that ends I'm not going to disturb the atmosphere of his team", added Perez.
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Former Club Manchester United have left no one in doubt they are ready to welcome back one of their own while French Ligue one side PSG among others are also waiting on the wings.
De Gea has continued to be linked with Real but Perez said: "For the time being, we haven't spoken to De Gea".
It is still too early to tell if Ronaldo will leave, but it feels more likely that he will stay.
I know Cristiano. He's a great guy and a professional. "Says Zidane does not want to sell anyone".
There is a feeling at the club that the Portugal global, who signed a new five-year contract in November, could be trying to strengthen his position at Real Madrid.
With United looking unlikely to mount a transfer bid, Ligue 1 side PSG could make a move for Ronaldo, who is open to moving to a new city and reportedly has a good relationship with chairman Nasser El Khalifi.
"Last year, we had the chance to sign him, but we didn't take it and now we don't have any agreement with Manchester United to sign him".