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Cristiano Ronaldo in Real Madrid exit talk: United legend could return

He secured a new five-year contract with the La Liga title holders in November 2016 and said on June 1: “I said when I signed my latest contract that it would be my penultimate and that I would play on until I was 41″.Manchester United have been put on red alert after reports that Cristiano Ronaldo has indicated a desire to leave Real Madrid.Real Madrid, for their part, are trying to calm the situation and want to talk to Ronaldo once his anger has subsidied.And Madrid-based publication Marca claim that the 32-year-old will do just that after revealing his plans to his global contemporaries.Ronaldo won the 2008 Champions League crown despite missing a penalty in their shootout victory over bitter rivals Chelsea in the final in Moscow. Speaking ahead of their Champions League win over Juventus, he said: “I spent a lot of years at Manchester United and [home fans booing] never happened to me”.A Bola has listed Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Monaco among the potential suitors for the player and that they might table an offer of 180 million euros ($201 million).”I hope he hasn’t chose to leave but if he has already made his mind up, it will be hard to change the situation”.The world’s top clubs are ready to scramble for Ronaldo’s signature including his former club United, who want to be title challengers again.It’s unlikely to happen, and any transfer of this size would have an element of the circus about it, but if Ronaldo truly were to come on the transfer market then Manchester United would be nearly obliged to buy him.”Ronaldo has United in his heart”.Calderon said: “I’m sure Cristiano won’t leave Europe. Anyone who wants him will be prepared to pay him a lot of money”.He would also be reunited with Jose Mourinho, whose managerial stint at Real Madrid arguably saw Ronaldo’s best seasons.Ronaldo has scored 285 goals in 241 league appearances since leaving Manchester for the Spanish capital in 2009.As the day wore on more sources seemed to confirm the news that Real Madrid’s highest ever goalscorer had no intention of returning to the Bernabeu once the Confederations Cup and his holiday were over.