Just-In: Real Madrid Reach A Decision About Cristiano Ronaldo

The latest report from Eurosport reveals that Real Madrid has reached an important decision about Cristiano Ronaldo’s chances to return to the Spanish club.

It was reported last week that Cristiano Ronaldo has been allegedly talking to Real Madrid about a possible sensational return to Los Blancos next summer. Josep Pedrerol was the one who broke the news first, but since then several new versions have surfaced. Now according to most of the media outlets in Spain, the Spanish giants wouldn’t mind getting Cristiano Ronaldo back for the final four years of his career at a competitive level.

Going by how the 36-year-old takes care of his body, the Portuguese star could still be an important figure for Los Blancos. Head coach Zinedine Zidane even recently hinted at the possibility of taking the five-time Ballon d’Or winner back to the Real Madrid discipline. However, according to Eurosport, there is no chance for Los Blancos to take Cristiano back for three very specific reasons. While you keep in mind that this is only a report from a reputable source, it doesn’t make it the absolute truth or final decision.

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The Reasons Why Real Madrid Might Not Take Cristiano Ronaldo Back

Firstly, Real Madrid’s prime summer target is Kylian Mbappe, and should the Spanish giants convince PSG to sell their young star, Cristiano Ronaldo will remain an afterthought. Meanwhile, Real president Florentino Perez understands that the best way to move forward is to look at future generations, After all, Cristiano had his chance to remain at the club but he wanted to move on.

The second in the list is the elevated wage that Cristiano Ronaldo currently bears: €31 million per season after tax. The club couldn’t afford to pay this to any player and they certainly can’t afford it in the middle of a global pandemic.

Then lastly, there is nothing clear about Cristiano Ronaldo’s relationship with Florentino Perez. If we could recall, the star didn’t leave the Spanish capital on the best terms. The club chairman refused to pay him the salary increase he requested and Cristiano made his choice.

Probably they are in better terms now compared to before but nothing is certain at this moment. So for now, these are the reasons by Eurosport why Read Madrid wouldn’t take Ronaldo back in the summer!

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