Panic at Bernabeu as Cristiano Ronaldo hints move away from Real Madrid

Panic at Bernabeu as Cristiano Ronaldo hints move away from Real Madrid

- Ronaldo has admitted he wants to leave Spain, following his tax evasion charge

- The Portuguese made his decision known to Real Madrid president Florentino Perez

- The 32-year-old was recently accused of defrauding the Spanish tax authorities of £13m

Cristiano Ronaldo could be on the verge of leaving Real Madrid following his £13million tax evasion charge, according to reports in Portugal.

Although the Portuguese international has enjoyed a blistering season in Spain, he has admitted he wants to leave the country.

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A Bola, a Portuguese publication, reported that the four-time Ballon d'Or winner has decided it is time for him to leave Spain and has communicated the ‘irreversible’ decision to Real Madrid president Florentino Perez.

C. Ronaldo admits he wants to leave Spain

Portuguese publication: A Bola.

NAIJ.com reported that Ronaldo helped Madrid win their 12th Champions League title after scoring a brace in their 4-1 thumping over Juventus in the final of the competition.

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The 32-year-old was recently accused of defrauding the Spanish tax authorities of £13m which is a pretty big issue in Spain.

C. Ronaldo admits he wants to leave Spain

C. Ronaldo.

Recall that the former Manchester United man urged Los Blancos supporters to stop whistling and booing him following his hat-trick against Atletico Madrid in May.

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Ronaldo joined Real Madrid from Manchester United in 2009 and has won every trophy possible with the Santiago Bernabeu side.

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Source: Sports.naij.com

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