Real Madrid unconcerned as star eyes summer exit

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Real Madrid club-record goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo will definitely leave the club during the off-season according to reports in Portuguese media.

According to another report, Ronaldo became more unhappy after his agent Jorge Mendes met with the club on Wednesday.

"Neymar will always have open doors at Real Madrid".

"There's no such thing as Neymar not being there because Cristiano is there".

But one of the Portuguese star's closest friends Marcelo made sure that there would be no animosity between the pair if Neymar joined Real Madrid.

The ball seems to be in Real Madrid's court: will they offer him a new contract to bridge the gap or accept that with Ronaldo aged 33, it might be good time to part ways?

"It was very nice to be in Madrid", Ronaldo told reporters.

Ronaldo has remained tight-lipped regarding his future since casting doubt over his future at Madrid after the Champions League final against Liverpool on May 26 when he spoke about his time at the club in the past tense.

Debate regarding which of the two eternal rivals can be considered the best has raged for over a decade now, with high-profile figures from the sporting world and beyond having had their say.

Ronaldo became one of the best players in the world during a six-year spell at Old Trafford before sealing a then world-record move to Madrid in the summer of 2009.

Ronaldo, who is Real's all-time top scorer, was asked to clarify his comments but continued to give ambiguous answers.

The five-time Ballon d'Or victor issued a peculiar statement after their UEFA Champions League final victory over Liverpool speaking about his time in Madrid in past tense.

Madrid, however, are not panicking while Ronaldo prepares for the World Cup with Portugal and will not be brow-beaten into a decision on his future.

"About Firmino and Sergio, I understood what Sergio said another way but people can interpret this as they want".

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