Di Maria strikes deal with Spanish prosecutor in tax case

Although reports now suggest the player is rethinking his position, Figo has hit out against the spectacle.

Global media outlets have heavily linked him to a move to his former team, Manchester United. "I have not talked with Cristiano", said Perez. "The history of these clubs is above everyone, even the president or whoever".

Representatives for Ronaldo declined to comment.

He added: "A lot of things would have to happen for him to leave".

In a surprising turn of events, Ronaldo is apparently no longer interested in leaving Real Madrid.

Both players have denied any wrongdoing.

According to global media platforms, including British publication The Mirror, Mourinho is keen to sign a Real Madrid striker, but not Ronaldo. I have found everything out through the newspapers.

The La Liga champions are reportedly demanding a fee of £79m to let Morata, who wants more game time elsewhere, join Man United this summer.

Media consortium European Investigative Collaborations (EIC) has claimed that no less than 185 million euros worth of income has escaped the attentions of tax authorities using shell companies and offshore accounts.

"Life throws up unexpected situations but one has to take them on and find a solution".

Goal has learned that Ronaldo himself is keen to put both his legal situation and speculation surrounding his Real future to one side by focussing exclusively on the Confederations Cup with Portugal.

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