Real Madrid vice-captain Marcelo says he is not endangered about Cristiano Ronaldo potentially withdrawal a bar and he will support his crony no matter what preference he takes about his future.
Last month Ronaldo was indicted of a €14.7 million taxation rascal by Spain’s Hacienda taxation authority, heading to reports he could leave Madrid.
Speaking on Brazilian TV uncover Noite dos Craques, Marcelo suggested that he did not trust all reported in a media about a case, and had no reason to be endangered about a situation.
“Of march we pronounce with him,” Marcelo said. “I am not worried. Many things pronounced in a press are lies. There is no reason for me to be worried.”
Ronaldo sealed a new agreement in Nov restraining him to a Bernabeu outfit until 2021, and in May as he was running a group to a La Liga and Champions League double he told Spanish TV that he still directed to play for Madrid for another decade or so.
Marcelo pronounced that Ronaldo would take a preference that matched himself, and whenever he did confirm to pierce on he would offer his support as a friend.
“Cristiano knows what is best for himself,” he said. “As a friend, not only as a teammate, whatever preference he takes this year, subsequent year, or in 10 years’ time, we will be there to support him.”
Ronaldo stayed wordless over his destiny via a Confederations Cup, and is not approaching behind during preseason training with Madrid until after a justice date on Jul 31.
Dermot Corrigan is a Madrid-based football author who covers La Liga and a Spain inhabitant group for ESPN FC. Follow him on Twitter @dermotmcorrigan