Barcelona star Messi: Ronaldo will have his reasons to quit Real Madrid

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But if his words after the Champions League final are anything to go by, he won't be at Real Madrid much longer. In the next few days I will an answer to the fans who have always been on my side.

"Rumour" has it that the 33-year-old is open to a return to his former club Manchester United this summer. Will Ronaldo leave the Spanish capital for pastures new?

Now, Portuguese publication Record claims he's been angered by the treatment from the club and in particular President Florentino Perez over his current contract, "unfulfilled promises" and lack of recognition of his recent exploits.

According to the Daily Mail, there is a very good chance that he will indeed be leaving the club.

It broke in Portugal this morning that Ronaldo has chose to call time on his career at Real.

Roncero explained that Real now pay Ronaldo €21 million (£18 million) per year, while Neymar earns €37 million (£32 million) per season at PSG.

The comments are especially interesting, not only because of the freebies Ronaldo has sent to the youngster, but because the Sporting CP product actually included him in his list of players who can be the world's best when he and Messi eventually call it a day.

Ronaldo has a place in the list's top three for a sixth successive year, while Neymar has moved 13 places to fifth after his €222 million move with PSG in 2017.

Marco Asensio expressed his desire for the Portuguese to stay at the club earlier this week.

In an interview with talkSPORT, the Scot backed Salah to continue the scintillating form that saw him bag 44 goals in 52 appearances for the Reds last season. The group stages are going to be very hard but with the players that we have, we can think big.

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