Ronaldo set for Real Madrid exit

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 Ronaldo will leave Real Madrid his summer, according to the Daily Star.

The Real Madrid star has had a tumultuous season at the Bernabeu, and declared that he was 'sad' back in September - although since then he has declared he is now happy and admitted he had won the Madrid fans round.

Despite that, the Portuguese superstar refused to discuss extending his contract with Madrid and said he would 'see it out', which prompted more rumours that he was gearing up to leave in the summer.

Now according to the Daily Star, who quote Spanish media sources, Ronaldo will be sold in the summer because of his refusal to put pen to paper on a new deal.

According to the paper, Madrid are unwilling to let Ronaldo run down his contract and leave on a free transfer in 2015 so will be sold to the highest bidder this summer.

Club president Florentino Perez is also said to be concerned by the fact that Ronaldo shares an agent with Jose Mourinho, with the Portuguese boss said to be on his way out in the summer with Paris-Saint Germain a possible destination.

PSG have been linked with a move for the 28-year-old in the past, while Manchester United are also said to be in the running for his signature.

While the debate over his future rumbles on, the former Manchester United star hasn't let it impact on his form.

Ronaldo has scored eleven goals in his last seven games, including a sublime header against in the 1st leg of Madrid's last-16 Champions League tie against Manchester United.



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