Ronaldo Leaving Real Madrid: Fake News or Actual Chaos at The Galacticos?

Written by Bence on 2017-06-19 at 11:37
Ronaldo Leaving Real Madrid Are we to see him again in Red? (Photo: Metro)
Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid has been on the agenda since forever. However, this time it actually could be true. Could it?

Online betting news in Spain bring up the possibility of Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid every summer, however, it has been proved fake news every time up until now. However, the story is showing up again with lots of rumours. Everyone reports about a completely different story while there is no official statement as of today.

The lack of official statements make the situation even more doubtful. Could it actually be true? Is the predictions of many sports betting sites in Spain finally happening in 2017 and Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid will actually happen in the upcoming few weeks? Let’s take a look at the most interesting conspiracy theories before predicting what’s going to happen!

Ronaldo had enough of ungrateful Real Madrid fans?


Ronaldo did call Real Madrid fans ungrateful earlier and he also asked his own supporters never to whistle at him at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu. Now online sportsbooks in Spain understood those words as Ronaldo being angry and disappointed during his stay in Real Madrid, where he won 3 (and possibly a 4th coming soon) Golden Balls as well as 3 Champions League trophies.

Is it possible? And is it a good enough reason for someone to leave the best club in the world, where he has the best chances to be the best again and again and again? The Ronaldo &Real Madrid duo make history this season, defending the Royal Club’s Champions League trophy for the first time in history. Would he throw that all away just like that?

Where would Ronaldo be going upon leaving Real Madrid?


Of course all online sportsbooks already know it all: French sites are sure that Madrid President FlorentinoPerez, Cristiano Ronaldo and PSG chairman Nasser al-Khelaifi already have an agreement: the Portuguese crack is joining PSG for a transfer fee of around €150 million.

Another unlikely scenario was created by German reporters: they were sure that Ancelotti already contacted Ronaldo, who would be interested in making a move to Bayern Munich for around 200 million. However, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge already officially declined all rumours regarding a possible Cristiano-deal.



There is only one team left, where the deal could actually seem possible: a return ticket to Manchester United, Cristiano’s second (third?) home after Madeira and Madrid. Mourinho would be extremely interested, Man Utd fans would be happy to see their legend back at Old Trafford…everything seems to fit perfectly.

However, if Manchester United really is to buy Cristiano Ronaldo back from Real Madrid, they will need to rob the bank to do so: it will be a record fee for sure. In fact, according to certain news, his price would be David De Gea’s signature plus GBP 175 million, which would be quite a new record if we consider the fact that De Gea is rated more than GBP 75 million…

Is Ronaldo actually leaving Real Madrid?


Considering all this, we can agree on the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid is quite an unlikely scenario, except for a Manchester United move. But we need to take into account the fact that newspapers are only trying to sell themselves in order to make a living. And that we are living in the era of fake news.

I, personally, would not be surprised if by the end of the summer we could finally be sure that it was all just a hoax. By the way, have you heard of Cristiano’s tax fraud? Has anyone talked about that ever since the transfer hysteria? Good move, Mr Perez, good move…
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