The Portuguese star accused the media of twisting his words. His future could be somewhere else
NEWS RONALDO REAL MADRID / The Portuguese champion Cristiano Ronaldo is not passing through a happy moment. His current performances at Real Madrid are not satisfactory and rumors are stating that the player would be happy to change team right at the end of the current campaign. Although there's no club in the world that would be happy to trade out such a top star, the 'Blancos' could be forced to do so next summer.
In yesterday's Champions League match against APOEL, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace in the 0-6 away win. However, his unhappy mood didn't change at all. The Portuguese star slammed the media informally saying that he wasn't happy to talk with them because “when I talk I'm not understood.” Practically, he accused the media of twisting his words and declined to be interviewed.
Ronaldo seems to be preparing his departure from the club. Already last summer, the Portuguese was almost leaving Madrid after being accused of tax fraud by the Spanish tax agency. Then, the situation returned under control and the new season started. Calciomercato.it reported that Ronaldo would have already approached Real Madrid's President Florentino Peres to say that this season will be his last one in Madrid. Obviously, Peres is not willing to trade him out but he will probably have to do so in order to monetize on his star.
Real Madrid, Ronaldo could move to the USA. Is Los Angeles Football Club his next club?
Recent rumors are also stating that the Portuguese could start a new professional experience in the USA with the brand new franchise Los Angeles Football Club. The team plans to begin to play in Major League Soccer (MLS) starting in 2018. What a great move it would be for them to sign one of the best, if not the best, strikers in the world in order to boost their appeal worldwide.
In light of that, Cristiano Ronaldo's adventure with Real Madrid could be over in seven months. Probably, this is the reason why the club is chasing Neymar Jr., Dybala, and Mbappè at this time.