Real Madrid need you: Zidane to Ronaldo

Real Madrid need you: Zidane to Ronaldo

Real Madrid need you: Zidane to Ronaldo

At the moment, United are wary of being drawn into a transfer saga surrounding Ronaldo's future and the general feeling at Old Trafford is that he will stay in Madrid.

The Mirror claim that United are ready to go all-out to sign Ronaldo this summer and are set to test Madrid's resolve with a staggering deal worth £175m PLUS David De Gea.

Ronaldo left United to join Madrid in an £80m deal in 2009 and the Red Devils have attempted to bring him back to Manchester on at least one occasion since then, according to Sky.

The one thing that might stop Ronaldo from signing for Manchester United would be the current manager Jose Mourinho, who reportedly did not get along with the multiple-time Ballon d'Or victor during their time at Real Madrid. With the collapse of their move for Antoine Griezmann and Andrea Belotti proving too expensive, Ronaldo could be the ideal tonic for Jose Mourinho.

Ronaldo is threatening to leave Spain after running into problems with tax authorities.

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A Bola has listed Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Monaco among the potential suitors for the player and that they might table an offer of 180 million euros ($201 million).

"The first time round at Real Madrid they didn't see eye-to-eye".

Ronaldo, though, has acknowledged the fact that no club will be able to pay the aforementioned sum and he has, thus, reached an agreement over his transfer fee with Real Madrid.

The Portuguese star is believed to be fed up with the way he is treated by the Spanish side's supporters, despite leading them to the La Liga and UEFA Champions League titles this season. Speaking ahead of their Champions League win over Juventus, he said: "I spent a lot of years at Manchester United and [home fans booing] never happened to me".

And according to Spanish sports daily Marca, Ronaldo has told his teammates: "I'm leaving Real".

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