Real Madrid willing to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave for £80 million

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Cristiano Ronaldo's could play his final home Clasico next weekend with Real Madrid keen to cash-in on the Portuguese superstar in the summer.

That is according to the Sun and journalist Pete Jenson, who believe the Spanish club are hoping for a huge offer despite publicly claiming the three-time Ballon d'Or winner was going nowhere.

If the Bernabeu outfit were to part with their all-time record goalscorer they will be looking to recoup the majority of the £80 million spent on Ronaldo in 2009.


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Chelsea have become surprise contenders for his signature in recent weeks and Roman Abramovich would have no problem forking out the huge sum of money.

Manchester United have been linked with a return for Ronaldo since the moment he left Old Trafford. 

But while the former Red Devil has never ruled out a return to the Premier League, a move to Paris Saint-Germain seems the most likely destination for the 31-year-old.

Following Madrid's 1-0 victory over PSG, Ronaldo was seen exchanging pleasantries with manager Laurent Blanc and owner Nasser Al-Khelaifi, fuelling speculation of a stint in the French capital.

The French giants would have no problem coughing up the cash and Ronaldo could help them end their long wait for Champions League success.

If Ronaldo was to join PSG in the summer, it would be interesting to see how he linked up with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The Swede has already stated he would still be the top dog even if Ronaldo joined the club and the two big egos sure would make good viewing.

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