Star set for Real Madrid exit

Real Madrid are keen to sell Cristiano Ronaldo ending next summer after becoming

 

The marriage between Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo may soon be coming to an end according to a report by Daily Mail.

The website reports that Ronaldo will play in his last home league El Clasico on Saturday, November 21 as his end at the Bernabeu draws closer.

According to the report, Ronaldo who has failed to score in recent games first fell out with the club at the end of last season after backing Carlo Ancelotti.

Real Madrid just finished trophy-less which made the future of Ancelotti in doubt but .

“Great coach and amazing person. Hope we work together next season,” Ronaldo wrote.

That tweet was frowned upon by Real Madrid especially as Ronaldo and other Real Madrid players were already informed of the club’s decision to sack the manager

Ronaldo also was not happy with the choice of Rafael Benítez as the new manager of Real Madrid and is said not to be in good terms with the coach.

Ronaldo has not been in tuned with the tactic of Benitez who has refused to make him the fulcrum of the team.

“We played too deep,” Ronaldo was heard telling Sergio Ramos after their last week 2-3 defeat to Sevilla.

Ronaldo was accosted by Real PresidentFlorentino Perez before a UEFA Champions League game against Paris Saint-Germain over a comment he made in an interview with KickerMagazine suggesting that he is not sure of his future at the club.

Real Madrid also frowned in the way he has been flirting with PSG after he hugged and chatted with coach Laurent Blanc after the UCL game at the Bernabeu.

The club was also not involved in his recent premiere of his documentary filmbecause of its content.

Last season Ronaldo caused controversy when he had a high profile 30th birthday party the night Real Madrid had been beaten 4-0 by Atletico Madrid.

And the club is not pleased to see footage from that party in the film.

Watch Florentino Perez confront Ronaldo, below

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