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Real Madrid changing Cristiano Ronaldo’s mind over exit will be hard – Calderon

That has prompted speculation linking him with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United amongst others – and the superstar added fuel to those reports by changing his Instagram avatar from Real Madrid colours to a Portugal image.Ronaldo has reportedly told Real he wants to leave this summer after being accused of tax fraud by Spanish authorities, a decision said to be “irreversible”.Despite Ronaldo’s relationship with Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho not being ideal during his compatriot’s three years in charge at Madrid, former Bernabeu president Calderon believes a reunion could be on the cards.Madrid have expressed “full confidence” in Ronaldo and believe he will be proven innocent of any wrongdoing, but nonetheless the Portugal global is claimed to have made an “irreversible decision” to leave Santiago Bernabeu.And now they say Ronaldo “does not want to continue in Spain and therefore will look to leave La Liga next month”.With the collapse of their move for Antoine Griezmann and Andrea Belotti proving too expensive, Ronaldo could be the flawless tonic for United even if it is hard to imagine a scenario where the Portuguese chose to leave Madrid and United hadn’t already been informed.It said that Ronaldo was “deeply disenchanted” with the allegations against him, especially since he had voluntarily tried to solve possible errors with his taxes. The main contender for the four-time victor of the “Golden ball” is former club of RonaldoManchester United“. 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”.Spanish newspaper Marca reported last night that the club are trying to calm Ronaldo down and get him to reconsider his position.Ronaldo was one of Ferguson’s best ever signings.However, his Real contract is understood to have a €1bn buy-out clause and, in May, Forbes calculated his pre-tax salary as being close to €50m a year.Ronaldo is now on duty with Portugal in the Confederations Cup. Mendes is also the agent of Red Devils coach Jose Mourinho and he would love to bring Ronaldo back to Old Trafford.