Real Madrid have set a huge asking price for Cristiano Ronaldo after the Portuguese skipper made his desire to leave the Los Blancos public.
The 32-year-old is set to quit Real this summer after he concludes national duty in the Confederations Cup.
Real have set a huge £350 million asking price for the Ballon d’Or winner if he is to leave the Santiago Bernabeu.
Report have claimed that Ronaldo’s decision to leave the Spanish champions is ‘irreversible’ and the player has already informed Madrid president Florentino Perez of his desire to quit.
Earlier this week, the prosecutor’s office in Madrid confirmed that a lawsuit has been filed against the 32-year-old.
Madrid had released a statement confirming that they have ‘full confidence’ in the Portuguese forward being able to prove his innocence.
Manchester United are the favorites to land their former talisman, meanwhile PSG are also interested to bring the star to Paris as they continue to pursue their Champions League dream – one that CR7 can help fulfill.
AC Milan are also looking to make use of Gianluigi Donnarumma situation to make an audacious attempt to sign the Champions League winner.
Meanwhile, Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin have now revealed their interest in Ronaldo is not happy due to the investigation into alleged tax fraud.
The former Manchester United forward is ‘outraged’ after being accused of evading €14.7 million (£13m) in tax by Spanish prosecutors.