LaLiga President: We Would Overcome Cristiano Ronaldo's Exit

LaLiga President: We Would Overcome Cristiano Ronaldo's Exit

LaLiga President: We Would Overcome Cristiano Ronaldo's Exit

Cristiano Ronaldo might not be leaving Real Madrid after all.

The source close to Ronaldo's camp said on Friday that the player is still very upset with Perez for not keeping many promises of a new contract - although there is an acknowledgement that Ronaldo would not fit at many other clubs.

"Along with this Ronaldo is not happy with the priority that is being given towards bringing in Neymar and Zidane's departure was another blow as little by little he has lost allies at the club like Pepe, Coentrao and James Rodriguez", the publication further stated.

The 28-year-old confirmed following his two-goal display in Real Madrid's Champions League final win against Liverpool in May that he would "seriously consider" his future at the Bernabeu. "Now is the time to enjoy this".

"I won't give any opinions about it, but I see this like that". Madrid must always look for the best players.

These claims echo similar reports in Spain, in which 'AS' report that Jorge Mendes had meet with Madrid representatives but that the players and clubs demands were on opposite ends of the spectrum. I don't want to take over from the unique moment of my teammates who deserve it, who are real champions.

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The report states that the Portugal striker is incensed over the failure to follow through on a bumper new contract promised to him in 2017 by president Florentino Perez.

In Paris, Neymar spent the latter half of Paris St-Germain's treble winning season in the treatment room recovering from a broken metatarsal.

The world-record signing, at almost £200m, had a high-profile spat with Edinson Cavani over penalty taking duties, and Unai Emery found it hard to manage the big characters in the dressing room.

"It was an important meeting".

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