Marcelo Predicts Neymar Switch, Says Cristiano Ronaldo 'Doesn't Own Real Madrid'

Posted June 10, 2018

Madrid won their 13th Champions League title a couple of weeks back and their star forward Ronaldo has hinted that he will be leaving the club this summer.

"It concerns me that Cristiano could leave Real Madrid because he's one of the stars of the league and I'd like him to be in it", Tebas told Sport.

Real Madrid want Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at the club but "the door is always open" for Neymar, left-back Marcelo has said.

Per Goal's Chris Burton, speculation about the pair is rife, with Neymar linked to Real Madrid throughout his entire stay with Paris Saint-Germain, whom he joined from Barcelona a year ago.

"If the president (Florentino Perez) wants somebody, he'll pick somebody".

Cristiano Ronaldo's lawyers are close to agreeing a settlement with Spain's inland revenue over charges of tax evasion, according to a report in the Spanish media on Friday evening.

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Bale continues to be a priority, despite the chances of Ronaldo calling time on his long stay in Spain seemingly as high as ever due to CEO Woodward's refusal to get drawn into another pointless saga with the five-time Ballon D'Or victor.

The full-back has also rubbished suggestions that Cristiano Ronaldo could look to block the move and insists that there is no reason why Ronaldo and Neymar could not be at the club together.

Manchester United's Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho recently said that having Ronaldo in the squad gives Portugal an edge at the World Cup.

"All of the players want Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid, but one thing is not related to the other". "But whether you truly get value for money is a question that only fans can answer".

However, I'm not sure I'd pay too much attention to these rumours as it's highly unlikely Ronaldo will join United anytime soon as £131m transfer don't just happen overnight. "It is hard to be at a better place than Madrid, the best club in the world, but life is not just about glory".

Firmino did not appreciate Ramos' mocking tone and Marcelo weighed in, telling reporters: "I've known Sergio Ramos for 12 years and it's bad to win three straight Champion Leagues and see people talking that it was so because the goalkeeper was hit, or someone was sent off, or a penalty wasn't given". "I don't know if it is for trophies, the season, the quality of the player".