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Madrid insist Ronaldo is going nowhere

While the club has backed Ronaldo already, the Madrid President, Florentino Perez has also stated that he will be talking to Ronaldo in the coming days to clear up the issue.Barcelona star Lionel Messi was sentenced to a 21-month jail sentence and 2.09-million-euro fine previous year for tax fraud.The Red Devils have been put on alert after it emerged Ronaldo wants to leave the Spanish capital this summer despite winning his third Champion League title as a Real Madrid player earlier this month.Perez said he could understand why the four-time world player of the year had been upset after he was accused last week of tax fraud.The Spanish prosecutor’s office announced on Tuesday that it has filed a complaint in a Madrid court against the Portuguese coach regarding tax irregularities. “Up to this point, neither Hacienda [the tax office] nor the prosecutors have contacted Jose Mourinho or the advisers who were under contract during the [tax] inspection process”, Gestifute said in a statement. “That’s why I will speak with him when he gets back and see what’s up”, Perez told Spanish radio Onda Cero yesterday [Macau time]. His agent, Jorge Mendes (who also represents Mourinho), claimed in 2015 that his release clause is over $1 billion.”I believe everyone must comply with their tax obligations and I know that Cristiano always does things the right way”. A judge will then decide if there are grounds to charge him with a crime.However, a decision is only expected after the Confederations Cup as the player is expected to meet the Real Madrid president to talk about his grievances and his future at the club.After Ronaldo reportedly revealed his frustration to Real, United and French giants Paris Saint-Germain have emerged as potential suitors to land his signature.Indeed, Ronaldo was seeking public support and most importantly a support of Perez because the football world needs Ronaldo to remain with Los Blancos to continue his rivalry with Lionel Messi and Barcelona.