The French giants have the financial capability to sign Ronaldo as they have tried signing the four-time Ballon d'Or victor previously. Real Madrid obviously don't want to let go off their star man, but if it really becomes inevitable, his price is far from determined.
BBC, meanwhile, quoting a source reported that Ronaldo "doesn't want to stay in Spain".
0 - No players have scored 40 or more goals for a Premier League side in one season since Ronaldo did so for Manchester United in 2007-08. Not because they can't pay the money but because they need to offer him the possibility of winning titles and personal awards.
While sentences for first-time tax offenses in Spain are nearly always suspended, Ronaldo may face prison time if convicted since he is accused of owing significantly more than Messi did.
A source has confirmed that the Portuguese worldwide is unhappy with some of the treatment he has received, particularly using the star player as an example.
Spain's AS reported that Ronaldo had made a decision to quit Real two months ago, before the Champions League final victory, telling his agent Jorge Mendes and other close associates that he felt "badly treated and unjustly judged".
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He shot a respectable one-under 71 on Friday, though it wasn't almost enough to make up for the disastrous 78 in the first round. Open single-round record relative to par (-9). "Someone has a very good chance of ending up with their first major tomorrow".
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After Friday's practice, Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood said of Amir: "He bowled today without any problem whatsoever". Then they crushed England in the semifinals, and the least surprised was Arthur, who didn't hide his emotions in the stands.
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He hit a 3-wood from 310 yards on the par-5 18th to set up his eagle putt. "We're going to have a good time", Fowler said. And instead of leaving Erin Hills fretting about how much better he could've done, he was thankful it wasn't any worse.
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He climbed out of the auto and walked into the stands - much to the delight of the crowd, which swarmed around him. At the restart Verstappen attacked Hamilton hard, nearly making a pass that would have changed the race.