Days after being accused of defrauding the authorities of €14.8m (£12.9m) in unpaid taxes, the football community was sent into a world of frenzy when multiple sources stated that Cristiano Ronaldo has expressed his desire to leave the club this summer.In spite of Real Madrid denying these accusations and declaring absolute confidence in their star player on his tax duties, Cristiano is said to be unhappy with the accusations by the tax authorities and also at the Real Madrid board of directors for not being protective enough of him against these accusations. This has disillusioned the Portuguese which is why he wants the leave Spain this summer. So what are the possible destinations for Cristiano Ronaldo after Real Madrid?
And it is no secret that the Portugal captain has been quite unhappy with the Madrid supporters at the occasional whistles and boos directed at him for quite some time now. Reports that Ronaldo wanted to leave Real first surfaced on Friday in the Portuguese newspaper ‘A Bola’ who claimed his decision was “irreversible” and that he has already told his team-mates that he wants out and there is no turning back. Of course, reports claiming the possible transfer of Ronaldo shows up year after year and a large fraction of supporters remain skeptical towards these claims.
In fact,many even claim his insistence on a transfer to be a distraction from the tax allegations against him. But sources close to Ronaldo has confirmed that his upset was genuine and that he feels he has not received enough support. If the reports are to be believed, then Cristiano Ronaldo definitely will not be short of options should he leave Los Blancos, with clubs all around the world willing to splash money in order to sign the 4 time Ballon D’Or winner.
1) Paris St.Germain:
PSG’s admiration for Ronaldo is no secret.Various sources also claim that PSG held secret meetings with Ronaldo’s camp during the 2015/16 season in a bid to tempt the Portugese superstar to come to Paris.If the rumours of the Ronaldo transfer are to be believed, PSG club president Nasser El-Khelaifi would have absolutely no hesitation in attempting to bring Ronaldo to the French capital, especially after failing to win the Ligue 1 title for the first time since Zlatan Ibrahimovic left for Manchester United. PSG can remain hopeful as Cristiano might look for a new challenge to cement his place as one of the greatest of all time , .