Cristiano Ronaldo: Florentino Perez to speak to player after Confederations Cup

Last week, a Spanish state prosecutor accused Ronaldo of four counts of tax fraud from 2011-14 which totaled about $16.5 million.The Express reports that United initially had no intention of bringing Ronaldo back to Old Trafford this summer, and though it’s claimed he is keen on a return, Mourinho has his doubts over whether he would fit into his plans having had a strained relationship with the forward during his time as Real boss.There is still a chance that Perez could comment on Ronaldo’s situation on Monday evening during an interview he is scheduled to conduct with Spanish radio station Onda Cero.The La Liga champions say Ronaldo will be in breach of his contract should he walk away and want his new club to pay the massive wage bill on top of a £175 million transfer fee.Well, if Ronaldo decides he wants to leave Real Madrid for certain then Chelsea certainly face a huge battle to convince him to move to Stamford Bridge.The worry many United fans have, though, about signing Ronaldo is that it could mean that they will not be able to sign Alvaro Morata but Calderon believes that this is not the case as it is a good deal for both clubs.According, to the Telegraph, Ronaldo has a buy-out clause is €1bn – which no team across Europe will be expected to trigger, although a world-record bid of €150m (£131m) could tempt Los Blancos into selling.Eight years on, Ronaldo has scored a club-record 406 goals in 394 appearances. Does Ronaldo really want to leave Real, or is he angling after a better deal?With United keen and interest likely to come from the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and clubs from the Chinese Super League, they face a tough task to persuade the Portugal worldwide to move to Stamford Bridge.Meanwhile, Mexico forward Raul Jimenez, who plays his club football in Portugal with Benfica, is confident his team-mates can keep Ronaldo quiet at the Kazan Arena.”I have not spoken with Cristiano”.