- Real Madrid are ready to do everything to keep Ronaldo at the club
- The club is said to be willing to off-set the player's tax bill after he was accused of fraud
- But Ronaldo seems to have made up his mind in leaving the club this summer
Spanish giants Real Madrid are reportedly ready to off-set Cristiano Ronaldo's tax bill in a bid to keep the Portuguese international at the club next season.
There have been many reports suggesting that the current world's best player is frustrated after being accused of tax fraud in Spain.
But Real will do everything to keep Ronaldo and are priming an offer to extend his £365,000-a-week deal by a year and pay-off demands from authorities.
Ronaldo was said to have threatened to leave Real Madrid with reports claiming that he was not happy with ways his club handled his matter.
NAIJ.com understands that the Portugal captain is interested in a return to Premier League club Manchester United where he will have a reunion with former boss Jose Mourinho.
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