Published: Mon, June 19, 2017
Culture | By Julio Duncan

Ronaldo only focused on Mexico says Silva


-Metro reports that United Manager Jose Mourinho has told his club that he would prefer to sign Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of any other striker.

After the report, global media filled Portugal's training session in Kazan, where Ronaldo trained normally with the rest of the squad.

The 32-year-old is believed to be angry with the way that he has been treated by the Spanish tax authorities who have alleged that he has avoided £14.7 million in tax.

CRISTIANO Ronaldo wants to quit Real Madrid, according to reports in his native Portugal, Spain and the UK.

The 24-year-old was their second highest goalscorer last season and if they lose Ronaldo, Real Madrid would be in no mood to sell another one of their attacking players in the summer.

That has prompted speculation linking him with Paris St Germain and Manchester United amongst others, but Silva, who completed a big-money switch to AC Milan from Porto earlier this month, insists the four-time Champions League victor remains focused on his country's upcoming matches.

The EURO 2016 victor has helped Real secure the Champions League three times, scoring twice in last month's final as they became the first club to retain the title, and he became only the second player to score in three finals.

On Sunday night, Spanish radio station Cope report that Ronaldo did speak to Zidane, but simply told him he wants out of Spain.

The Portugal worldwide, who is now away at the Confederations Cup, is understood to have informed the La Liga champions of his desire to leave during the transfer window in order to seek a fresh challenge.

According to Marca, a Spanish sports daily, Ronaldo feels as if he's been "used as an example in an unfair and disproportionate way" by Spanish tax authorities, even after he tried to work with them to fix his tax issues.

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.

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