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19 Junio 2017, 07:05 | Gervasio Siguenza
This comes after Ronaldo has sent shockwaves through Europe following reports in Portugal that he has made an "irreversible" decision to leave Spain in the wake of tax fraud allegations against him.
United are expected to be at the front of the queue for Ronaldo, who they originally signed from Sporting Lisbon in 2003.
Cristiano Ronaldo was the last player to score 40+ goals (all comps) in a single season for a PL club (42 in 2007-08).
In the "real" Cristiano Ronaldo moved in the summer of 2009 for 94 million euros.
Reports in Portuguese newspaper A Bola report that the four time Balon d'Or victor has decided he wants to leave Spain this summer after accusations were pointed in his direction about tax evasion. The Ballon d'or victor has made history at FC Real Madrid, leaving fans extremely curious to why he wants to depart.
Either way, we don't think it likely that Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Real Madrid, but the staggering amount of reports that suggest he will can not now be ignored.
He has been accused by the Spanish prosecutors for defrauding tax authorities for a sum of 14.7 million Euros by not showing his correct image rights income between 2011 and 2014.
Tebas thinks Ronaldo is innocent, claiming that having read through the accusations that he can not see what crime has supposedly been committed.
"I think it is very hard (to change his mind), Calderon told SunSport".
The world's top clubs are ready to scramble for Ronaldo's signature including his former club United, who want to be title challengers again.
Portugal and Ronaldo take on Russian Federation in Moscow in their next fixture on Wednesday, and a win would be enough to see them leapfrog the current leaders into top spot in Group A. The 26-year-old told the official Confederations Cup website: "It goes without saying that he's a great player but we're a great side too, and I'm sure we can stop him".
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