Manchester United to offer Pogba, cash to Real Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo

Manchester United to offer Pogba, cash to Real Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo

Real Madrid full-back Marcelo insists that Neymar "will play" for the club one day, and insists that Cristiano Ronaldo would not be able to block a move for the winger. And Real Madrid's doors are always open for Neymar.

"The dressing-room all wants Cristiano to stay".

Bale continues to be a priority, despite the chances of Ronaldo calling time on his long stay in Spain seemingly as high as ever due to CEO Woodward's refusal to get drawn into another pointless saga with the five-time Ballon D'Or victor.

The presentation comes amid the uncertainty in Madrid as to whether the Portuguese will still be their player next season.

The Portuguese worldwide helped Real Madrid to four UCL titles in the last five years, and the EURO16 win with Portugal has made him one of the best players the game has ever seen.

These claims echo similar reports in Spain, in which 'AS' report that Jorge Mendes had meet with Madrid representatives but that the players and clubs demands were on opposite ends of the spectrum.

Perez is reportedly more interested in pushing forward a €350 million deal to sign Neymar, and a meeting between club officials and Ronaldo's agents in the Spanish capital this week did not bring any progress.

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"Cristiano doesn't own Real Madrid so if the president wants to sign somebody he will do it", Marcelo told reporters.

The five time Ballon d'Or victor is also understood to be driven by the wages earned by fellow superstars Neymar and Lionel Messi.

"If we find a way to build a structure around him, so he can show all his talent on the pitch, I think we have a key player to win our games". It just depends who gets the most votes.

The Real Madrid all-time top scorer later attempted to clarify his comments, but only tangled the web further, saying: "I can not guarantee that I will stay at Real Madrid, but this is not the moment to talk, as Madrid have made history, but neither am I going to hide".

Ronaldo has remained tight-lipped regarding his future since casting doubt over his future at Madrid after the Champions League final against Liverpool on May 26 when he spoke about his time at the club in the past tense.

Sources consulted by Goal insist that this is not the final chapter of a transfer saga that looks set to rumble on throughout the summer, while there are still hopes that the striker will eventually opt to stay for at least another term.

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