'Outraged' Cristiano Ronaldo puts Man United on high alert

In the 2016/2017 season, Ronaldo helped Real win the Spanish title for the first time since 2012 as well as retain the UEFA Champions League.

"This is because [Ronaldo] is deeply disillusioned with the whole situation raised in the country by the tax authorities and is considered, according to the same sources, [a] "victim of persecution"." .

If Ronaldo does leave, one English media source reported that it could cost a club around £350m in transfer fees and salary.

"Ronaldo's decision is taken and the player wants to leave Spain shortly after the short holiday following the Confederations Cup", the report continues.

Despite his exploits in 2016-17, Ronaldo was still heavily scrutinised by his own fans in Madrid. Jose Mourinho is desperate for a new No 9 and given Ronaldo's positional change from a wideman to a more central role, the Portuguese would be the ideal candidate. In the event that the Portuguese star leaves the Santiago Bernabéu, Manchester United and PSG would appear on their way to make CR7 the symbol of their projects to dominate the Premier League and Ligue 1 and to raid the Champions League.

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The root of Ronaldo's anger stems from Spanish prosecutors' lawsuit against the player, accusing him of defrauding tax authorities of €14.7m by hiding his image rights income between 2011 and 2014. He's very sad and really upset.

Ronaldo, though, has publicly maintained that he has a clear conscience, while also privately confessing amid this saga that he wants to leave Spain.

"I don't think they will be telling anybody that they want to sign Ronaldo". Marca relayed this particular gem from Nuno Luz, a television journalist in Portugal: "He's pissed because it's not a player issue, it's a club one in the fiscal sense, but I do not want to talk too much because I know a lot". (Not that Zlatan's presence would have prevented the club from making a bid for Ronaldo.) Ronaldo, 32, has moved into a more central role for Real Madrid recently after traditionally playing on the left, so it's pretty much a dream scenario for United.

If the likelihood of signing Ronaldo increases, expect the talk of signing Alvaro Morata to cease.

Hunter added that over the years, he had assumed that Ronaldo had "come to terms" with the different emphasis Man United and Real Madrid had towards him but that it seems the Portugal captain "is on the warpath" now.

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