Ronaldo has reportedly communicated with the Real Madrid board that he wants to leave the capital.
As per Marca's report, which also confirmed A Bola's report, Ronaldo has "personally communicated" to Real president Florentino Perez and director general Jose Angel Sanchez his intention to leave the Los Blancos.
He is angry at the allegations placed on him regarding tax fraud, and thinks that the club should’ve helped him out before the matter got any worse.
— Sky Sports News HQ (@SkySportsNewsHQ) June 16, 2017
“Ronaldo considers that he has been used as an example in an unfair and disproportionate way, when he tried to solve possible errors with his taxes voluntarily.
“He has already taken the decision, but those at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu expect that time, and the procedure of the club in the case, will calm the mood of the Portuguese and ensure he reconsiders his position.” Marca reported.
Ronaldo found himself in almost a similar situation when he was at Manchester United back in 2006. He was hampered up by the crowd and the media after his role in the controversial sending off of Wayne Rooney in that year’s World Cup.
Both MARCA in Spain, and A Bola in Portugal reporting that Ronaldo has made an 'irreversible' decision to leave the club.
— Coral (@Coral) June 16, 2017
Though his departure from Manchester didn’t materialize until 2009, he did manage to get his way and joined the Spanish capital during that year’s summer.
This time, the player faces a similar situation. We can only wait and see what happens next with the star player’s career.