Cristiano Ronaldo has asked that Real Madrid set their selling price for a potential summer transfer at €100million (£89million) or less. At the same time, the World Player of the Year's representatives have made it known to Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United that the forward is willing to “fight for a move” out of Spanish football if necessary. The release clause in the five-season contract Ronaldo signed in November 2016 stands at a symbolic €1billion (£887million). Ronaldo's camp are seeking a commitment from Madrid president Florentino Perez that he would sell for a "realistic fee" of lower than one tenth of that sum, enabling long-term suitors PSG and United to pursue the Portugal international.
Cristiano Ronaldo puts Manchester United and PSG on alert as he asks Real Madrid to sell him for €100m
Daily Record | Dec 30