Florentino Perez laughs off Cristiano Ronaldo return to Real Madrid talk

Real  Madrid president Florentino Perez seems to have shut the entryway on a re-visitation of the club for Cristiano Ronaldo, whose future at Manchester United keeps on being raised doubt about.

The hotshot Portugal forward has been looking at an exit from Old Trafford this mid year, with his discontent at United fuelled by his craving to keep playing Champions League football.

Not even the appearance of new chief Erik ten Hag seems to have pacified Ronaldo, who came on a substitute during last end of the week’s 2-1 loss to Brighton on the first day of the season of the Premier League season subsequent to missing most of pre-season.

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Chelsea and Bayern Munich have both been connected with Ronaldo this mid year, however a to either looks far-fetched at this stage with United not quick to head out in different directions.

A re-visitation of Real Madrid hasn’t at any point had all the earmarks of being on the cards, yet devotees of the club have long clamored for Ronaldo to return after his unexpected takeoff in 2018. Be that as it may, Perez, who neglected to persuade Kylian Mbappe to join from Paris Saint-Germain this late spring, has apparently shut the entryway on any conceivable return.

Answering fans at an inn in Helsinki, who requested that Perez return Ronaldo to the Santiago Bernabeu, the club’s leader playfully answered: “Sign Cristiano? Once more? He’s 38 years of age!”

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Ronaldo scored an amazing 450 objectives in his 438 appearances for Real Madrid, laying down a good foundation for himself as one of the club’s most prominent ever players. He won the Champions League multiple times in about five seasons somewhere in the range of 2014 and 2018, however simply figured out how to win two La Liga crowns in the midst of a time of supported strength from rivals Barcelona.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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