Bernabeu side could cash in on Portuguese international.
Real Madrid would be willing to sell Cristiano Ronaldo for a €200 million fee if they cannot resolve his current situation at the club, Goal.com understands.
The Portuguese superstar refused to celebrate his two goals during the 3-0 win over Granada on September 2, and claimed in the wake of the match that he was unhappy.
As obscene as €200m (£160m) sounds there are almost certainly a number of sides who would be willing to meet the asking price if Real Madrid were really ready to listen to offers for Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo but it seems highly unlikely that the Bernabeu outfit would really entertain notions of selling the former Man United man.
Despite speculation that Ronaldo is unhappy with life at the La Liga side he is bar far the biggest playing asset Jose Mourinho has in his squad and the club’s supporters will not take kindly to the idea of allowing the player to be sold.
Details as to why the 27 year old is ‘unhappy’ are sketchy but the player himself has stated that his issues with life at Real Madrid are not related to the size of his pay packet.
There are a handful of clubs who could stretch to forking out £160m for a single player, clubs such as PSG, Man City and perhaps Russian side Anzhi but it would be a major coup if any such deal was to come to pass any time soon.
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