United and PSG would probably be the only two realistic destinations for Ronaldo in the event of him leaving Madrid.
The Madrid-based publication says Ronaldo's decision is "final" while TeamTalk cite a similar report from Record that claims the 33-year-old is now set for a stunning return to Man Utd with a move "imminent".
In the current 4-2-3-1 setup, the double-pivot stays deep and full-backs do not tend to stretch play, so opposing teams were able to crowd out the four most advanced players.
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Here we go again, it looks like the annual Cristiano Ronaldo saga is up and running as the Portuguese reportedly feels "betrayed" by Real Madrid.
Portugal upset the odds in their last worldwide tournament by beating hosts France 1-0 in the final of the 2016 European Championships.
Having been given some extra time off following Real Madrid's Champions League final victory over Liverpool, Ronaldo made his 150th global appearance for Portugal. "For me, Cristiano is the best right now, and certainly, Neymar will be equal to Cristiano".
An actual World Cup contender might have scored twice the amount of goals against Algeria that Portugal did Thursday, with only seven of their 18 shots finding the target. From the start I was very clear about things, I knew what was coming and I worked hard to get these opportunities.