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Bolton Wanderers release official statement over Cristiano Ronaldo

Bolton Wanderers release official statement over Cristiano Ronaldo

- The management of the newly promoted England Championship side confirms 'no interest' in Ronaldo

- The club announced it wont be holding talks with the Real Madrid talisman

- Embattled Ronaldo has made an 'irreversible' decision to leave Spain over indictment in a tax fraud case

England championship side Bolton Wanderers have released an official statement saying signing Real Madrid’s embattled star Cristiano Ronaldo is not in their plans right now.

The club which just gained promotion from the English League 1 was asked by one Twitter user, James Jarvis, why it was wasting time in making an official announcement as regards Ronaldo.

"I've heard Ronaldo doesn't want to play in Spain anymore. So when's the announcement,"Jarvis queried the club on the popular social media handle.

The response he got was epic: “We can confirm we won't be holding talks with Cristiano Ronaldo,” Bolton replied using their official handle.

Bolton Wanderers release official statement over Cristiano Ronaldo

Bolton Wanderers release official statement over Cristiano Ronaldo

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There has been continued speculations as to which club Ronaldo will ditch Real Madrid for, although NAIJ.com understands that the Portugual star who is currently on duty with the national team at the Confederations Cup in Russia wants a return to Manchester United.

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The four-time Ballon d’Or winner has indicated his willingness to leave Spain after being indicted in a tax fraud case where he is being charged with allegedly evading £13million in tax.

The 32-year-old who recently won the La Liga and the UEFA Champions league with the Spanish giants is also said to be puzzled after being left out of a video promo for Real Madrid's new kits for next season.

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