Published: Mon, June 19, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Zidane pleads with Ronaldo after 'I quit' bombshell


According to Marca when Zidane heard Ronaldo had sworn to quit he broke off from his family holiday and called his number seven to tell him Madrid "needed him for his goals, and also his winning mentality".

United's only signing so far has been Sweden defender Victor Lindelof from Benfica.

Cristiano Ronaldo is in the spotlight again, but this time not for his skills as a player.

At the moment, United are wary of being drawn into a transfer saga surrounding Ronaldo's future and the general feeling at Old Trafford is that he will stay in Madrid.

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The entire football world is fixated on how Ronaldo wants out of Real Madrid and Spain altogether.

The 32-year-old Real Madrid striker, who is in Russian Federation as Portugal prepare for their Confederations Cup opener against Mexico, is said to be "outraged" after prosecutors accused him of defrauding the authorities of €14.7million (£12.8million).

Ronaldo has denied any wrongdoing.

Ronaldo, 32, is rumoured to want to leave Real Madrid this summer after a hugely successful period at the Bernabeu.

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This comes amid news that Ronaldo told Sir Alex Ferguson six weeks ago (http://dailypost.ng/2017/06/18/ronaldo-told-ferguson-six-weeks-ago-ready-quit-real-madrid/), that he is ready to leave the La Liga club.

Real Madrid and Portugal star Cristiano is said to be seriously interested in the possibility of returning to Manchester United, per Sky Sports.

"I think it is very hard (to change his mind), Calderon told SunSport".

Ronaldo's potential move away could stall Alvaro Morata's proposed move to Manchester United, according to AS.

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The Portugal coach, Fernando Santos, and the striker André Silva have defended Cristiano Ronaldo, with Silva insisting his team-mate and captain is focused on the Confederations Cup, despite tax fraud accusations and fresh transfer speculation this week. "I'm sure everyone wants to ask the same question, but we are representing Portugal and are playing tomorrow against Mexico".

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