Cristiano Ronaldo to testify in tax fraud case July 31 - court

Four-time victor of the "Golden ball" at the upcoming meeting with the President "real" Florentino Perez will ask him to accept the proposals of the French giant.

He made this known as he also slammed those who have called the Portugal worldwide "a delinquent" following his tax issues.

Jose Mourinho became the latest to be accused of defrauding tax authorities by Spanish prosecutors for a sum of £2.9million during his time at Real Madrid.

Real Madrid President, Florentino Perez has dismissed rumors suggesting that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave the club.

Rio Ferdinand hopes Manchester United can complete a sensational deal to take Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford. But he has a €1billion exit clause.

"The whole thing is very unusual because Cristiano Ronaldo is a great guy, both as a player and a person". I have a good relationship with him after working together for eight years.

"The last time that I talked with Cristiano was in Cardiff, after the game". What people can not do is talk about him like he is a delinquent, that bothers me and is hurtful. But what will happen by the end of the transfer window is very unknown. I can only say that we all have to fulfill our obligations when it comes to taxes.

"Cristiano has the same corporate structure he had in England, where he spent many years without problems".

The question of Ronaldo using tactics to get the club to pay for a possible fine makes no sense because he is not like that. Zidane is among his admirers, he wanted to sign him when he was younger than 16 but rules did not allow us.

"We released a statement to show him our support". The Portuguese has maintained his innocence against these allegations and has been backed by Real Madrid.

Portuguese newspapers have listed Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Monaco among the potential suitors for the Portugal captain and that they might table an offer of 180 million euros ($201 million).

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