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12 June 2018, 03:30 | Pamela Mathis
Ambitious Money-Grubbing Real's Ronaldo Longing for Salary Equal to Messi's AFP 2018 MARCO BERTORELLO
Portugal midfielder Manuel Fernandes said Cristiano Ronaldo "doesn't look at all anxious about his future" as the Real Madrid superstar contemplates a possible exit from the Spanish giants this summer.
However, the same story also says that Ronaldo himself has his heart set on a transfer to Old Trafford this summer rather than a move to Juventus.
United's executive vice chairman Ed Woodward has long-dreamed of luring the five-time Ballon d'Or victor back to Old Trafford.
No new contract for Ronaldo?
Cristiano Ronaldo has been with the Madrid club since 2009.
A day later he struck a more conciliatory tone, telling Real fans gathering at Madrid's Plaza de Cibeles "see you next year", but Portuguese newspaper Record stoked the fire again last Thursday by claiming Ronaldo would definitely be leaving.
A romantic return to Manchester United has always been on the cards, as has opting for a lucrative change of scene with Paris Saint-Germain.
Ronaldo's future at Real Madrid has been a source of speculation in recent days after he hinted that he is going to consider his situation after the Champions League final.
Meanwhile, Real full-back Marcelo said he is hopeful of Neymar playing for the La Liga club and that that there is place for both the Brazilian striker and Ronaldo at the club.
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