When pushed by a Deportes Cuatro contributor about either it is probable he could leave Los Blancos amid rumours Real could accept a £156 million bid for him, a 32-year-old brazen pronounced (via the Mirror‘s Alex Richards and Mick Gadd): “Nothing is impossible.”
Despite being in his 30s and potentially impending a finish of his career, it would not be hugely startling were a vital bar to make a world-record bid for him, as Ronaldo continues to perform during a hardly trustworthy level.
He was instrumental as Real won a Liga and UEFA Champions League double in 2016-17, concealment back-to-back hat-tricks in a quarter-finals and semi-finals and a double in a final of Europe’s premier bar tournament.
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Cristiano Ronaldo when it mattered:
vs. Bayern ⚽⚽⚽⚽⚽
vs. Atletico ⚽⚽⚽
vs. Juventus ⚽⚽ https://t.co/nIkOvLbVeP
However, it would be a warn if Ronaldo did confirm to leave Madrid, quite this summer.
He usually sealed a new understanding with Los Blancos to 2021 in Nov and is partial of arguably a best bar side on a planet.
Given Ronaldo’s measureless form and consistently towering performances, he has always been theme to ubiquitous conjecture about his future.
However, notwithstanding his explain that “nothing is impossible,” it seems doubtful he would opt to leave a Bernabeu this summer after all their new success.