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Accusations of Cristiano Ronaldo failing to pay $16.5 million in taxes have reportedly led to the Portuguese star telling Real Madrid club president Florentino Perez that he is prepared to leave the club.

The former Manchester United winger is angry about the way he has been treated by Spanish tax authorities and has told Real he wants a move away from the club.

Calderon said that "very few clubs can meet", Ronaldo's expectations but this not due to money but "because they need to offer him the possibility of winning titles and personal awards", which United would offer him under José Mourinho.

Next in line according to the bookmakers is a return to Manchester United.

Given that Ronaldo is now away on global duty with Portugal at the Confederations Cup, no decision is likely to arrive on his future any time soon.

Calderon, who originally signed Ronaldo from United in 2008 for € 94 million, believed that the Scottish legend still has a major role to play in the deal.

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Real Madrid are considering freezing negotiations with Manchester United over Alvaro Morata in the wake of speculation surrounding the future of Cristiano Ronaldo. Having won three Champions League titles in the past four years as well as this season's La Liga, there is a sense that he wants a new challenge.

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Ronaldo, 32, is said to be miffed over claims by authorities that he defrauded the Spanish taxman of €14.7million during his time at the capital, an allegation he has refuted.

Prosecutors in Madrid had filed a complaint to a court in Pozuelo de Alarcon that accused the four-time Ballon d'Or victor of a "voluntary" and "conscious" breach of his tax obligations.

In November, he agreed to extend his Real contract until 2021 with a buyout clause understood to be 1billion euros ($A1.47 billion).

But Real Madrid, the two-time defending European champion, won't allow Ronaldo to dictate terms of his potential exit.

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