Real Madrid are said to be prepared to risk losing Ronaldo as they insist he is only worth €30m per year, a €7m increase on his current salary of €23m.
Real Madrid club-record goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo will definitely leave the club during the off-season according to reports in Portuguese media.
Rumours has it that the 33-year-old is open to a return to his former club Manchester United this summer. As a result, he's angry and disappointed to the point he's looking for an exit.
The outlet reports that Ronaldo now earns €23.6m per season and had agreed with Perez to see that upped to €37m net after tax.
That meant he helped Real Madrid to their third straight Champions League win.
Neymar and Real Madrid are still dreaming of moving the Brazilian to the Spanish capital this summer, despite Cristiano Ronaldo's post-Kiev comments about his future and the shock departure of Zinedine Zidane.
However, per Daily Mail, Real Madrid will not be succumbing to Ronaldo's contract demands.
A decision over his playing future is now reportedly in his hands.
The report goes on to state that the next step in the process if for Neymar to inform the Paris outfit of his desire to leave France in order to begin negotiations - and Real feel confident enough to strike a deal with the Ligue 1 champions.
Currently Ronaldo is preparing for the World Cup in Russian Federation with Portugal, with the Seleção das Quinas' final friendly before the World Cup against Algeria on Thursday. "It's a privilege to represent our nation and let's see what awaits us".
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