La Liga giants will accept bids from PSG and Manchester United for their Portuguese star as long as they match the amount paid for him back in 2009
Real Madrid will allow Cristiano Ronaldo to leave the Santiago Bernabeu, if they receive a bid of £80million – the same figure they paid Manchester United for his services six years ago – according to The Sun.
Speculation is mounting over the future of the Portuguese superstar, following last week’s suggestion Ronaldo declared his interest in joining Paris Saint-Germain to manager Laurent Blanc at full-time in their Champions League clash.
Ronaldo, a three-time Ballon d’Or winner since moving to La Liga, has suffered a dip in form this season and has not hidden his desire to consider a new challenge.
Real Madrid are apparently now willing to cash-in on the legendary forward and are privately hoping to receive a huge bid that will force them to do business next summer.
PSG and former side United are both leading the chase for the 30-year-old, who became Real’s most prolific ever scorer this season, but Premier League champions Chelsea are reportedly also in the race for his signature.
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