Cristiano Ronaldo's desire to leave Real Madrid is "irreversible", say reports

Cristiano Ronaldo's desire to leave Real Madrid is

Cristiano Ronaldo's desire to leave Real Madrid is "irreversible", say reports

Their front page on Thursday morning led with the headline: "Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Real Madrid", leaving little doubt to its connotations.

In the aftermath of the Champions League final win over Liverpool, he spoke about playing for Madrid in the past tense, before telling fans "see you next season" at the victory parade.

"It was very nice to be in Madrid", Ronaldo told reporters.

Speaking to Marca from Spain's pre-World Cup camp, Asensio said that he "could not imagine" being part of a Madrid squad which did not include the five time Ballon d'Or victor.

According to Record, Ronaldo has made the "irreversible" decision to call time on his nine-year stint at Madrid and the Portuguese forward will now look for a new club with England, France and Italy named as potential destinations.

Reports in AS claim that Ronaldo is one of the few current Madrid stars who does not like the idea of Neymar arriving, as he is annoyed at the club spending €350 million on a new player when they can not find the money to improve his contract.

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With all the rumours surrounding Cristiano's future at Real Madrid, it appears there's another one to add to the pile.

President Florentino Perez is said to have "an obsession" over the Brazilian joining his team and feels it would take 400m euros to sign him - an absolutely staggering amount of money, especially considering Neymar's move for only half of that a year ago is barely comprehensible as it is.

Ronaldo is also unhappy with Zinedine Zidane's departure.

Despite picking up a shoulder injury during the Champions League final, Salah has still been picked by his country for the World Cup and is likely to feature in two of Egypt's three group stage games.

Ronaldo has a strong bond with the Frenchman, who surprisingly stepped down as Madrid's manager last week, and it's claimed that the Portuguese now has only a few close allies in the dressing room.

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