Reports: What Ronaldo Told His Friend About His Future
Reports: What Cristiano Ronaldo Told His Friend About His Future
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo's future is still unclear, but the Portuguese has reportedly told a close friend what he will do after the FIFA Confederations Cup.
According to AS, the 32-year-old is a close friend of Lille's director of sport Luis Campos, who claims to have some insight into Ronaldo's thinking about his current situation.
Since being accused of tax fraud, the Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain target has reportedly made it clear he wants to leave Los Blancos, although Campos believes Ronaldo will think long and hard about what he will decide to do.
"He has told me that he needs a few days by himself to reflect, which is normal," Campos told French television channel TF1.
"The situation with Real Madrid during this time is a little tense too, which is also understandable; but Cristiano will have the time he needs to make the right decision, I'm sure of that.
"I speak to Cristiano often, but he is someone who is completely focused on his job.
"He was very surprised by this whole business of his taxes. Now he feels very hurt by what happened. He is keen to maintain a good image in all parts of the world and he's going through a tough time because of this."
Ronaldo won the UEFA Champions League and La Liga titles with Real last season, and has scored twice in three games for Portugal at the Confederations Cup so far.
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