Ronaldo’s Availability Wont Stop Man United Morata Deal – Former Real Madrid Preident

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Alvaro Morata’s Real Madrid future will not be affected if Cristiano Ronaldo decides to quit the club.

The Portuguese superstar is reportedly ready to quit Real after being accused of tax evasion.

A return to Manchester United has been mooted with Ronaldo turning his back on Spain.

Teammate Morata is on United’s wishlist and a £65million deal is thought to be close.

And former Real president Ramon Calderon doesn’t believe that deal would stop United from re-signing Ronaldo.

“Alvaro Morata is not happy at Real Madrid,” he told the Sun.

“He hasn’t played and it’s the kind of deal and agreement which is great for all sides. The player, Manchester United and Real Madrid.

“All parties will be very happy with the deal.”

Alvaro Morata’s Real Madrid future will not be affected if Cristiano Ronaldo decides to quit the club.

The Portuguese superstar is reportedly ready to quit Real after being accused of tax evasion.

A return to Manchester United has been mooted with Ronaldo turning his back on Spain.

Teammate Morata is on United’s wishlist and a £65million deal is thought to be close.

And former Real president Ramon Calderon doesn’t believe that deal would stop United from re-signing Ronaldo.

“Alvaro Morata is not happy at Real Madrid,” he told the Sun.

“He hasn’t played and it’s the kind of deal and agreement which is great for all sides. The player, Manchester United and Real Madrid.

“All parties will be very happy with the deal.”

Meanwhile, Calderon hinted a return to Old Trafford could be on the cards for Ronaldo – despite his rocky relationship with Jose Mourinho at Real.

“Very few clubs can meet his expectations. Not because they can’t pay the money but because they need to offer him the possibility of winning titles and personal awards,” he said.

“The relationship in Madrid [with Mourinho] wasn’t the best but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t want to go back to Manchester where he is very grateful of what happened.

“I am sure he will stay in Europe. I don’t see him playing in China or the Middle East.”

 

Source: Mirror.co.uk

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