Cristiano Ronaldo needs time 'to reflect' on Real Madrid future

Cristiano Ronaldo needs time 'to reflect' on Real Madrid future

Ronaldo has since, according to Spanish broadcaster TVE, decided to make a goodwill payment to the Spanish authorities, but will reiterate at a hearing on July 31 that he is innocent and has never hidden any income from the taxman or committed any tax fraud in Spain.

Ronaldo is unsettled at Real Madrid, and there are only a small handful of clubs who could potentially meet his wage demands.

"He has told me that he needs a few days by himself to reflect, which is normal", Campos told French television channel TF1.

"Everything that had happened" had left his fellow Portuguese "saddened" and "hurt". He is truly saddened with all that is happening at the moment.

"He was very surprised by this whole business of his taxes".




"He is keen to maintain a good image in all parts of the world and he is going through a tough time because of this". "I am in agreement with that". I believe that on the pitch we always need Karim, Cristiano, Bale - all of them - because they have won things together, although "Zizou" has the final call.

However, Ronaldo has not commented on the issue and Karembau believes he won't leave Santiago Bernabeu. "He has a contract and with any contact there are rules and laws", said Karembeu. "He belongs to Real Madrid and I think he knows that".

Karembeu also said his view was that Monaco's young France striker Kylian Mbappe was already thinking as a future Madrid player amid speculation over a world-record bid.

The playmaking Englishman is now 35 years old and despite his age has extended his stay at Old Trafford for another season.

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