Together with Barcelona's Lionel Messi, the presence of Ronaldo at Madrid has helped LaLiga cement its status as one of the most attractive competitions in world football, leaving Tebas concerned at the prospect of the Portugal worldwide quitting Zinedine Zidane's side.
Inevitably, Manchester United are being strongly linked with a potential move for the Portuguese captain.
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The entire football world is fixated on how Ronaldo wants out of Real Madrid and Spain altogether.
The 32 year old is said to have "pleaded" with agent Jorge Mendes to seal the deal - which would see him return to Mancunian soil.
"I'd put my hands in the fire - and it's something I rarely do - for the character and integrity of Mr. Cristiano as a man and an athlete".
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Ronaldo is said to have informed former boss Sir Alex Ferguson of his intent to quit the Spanish club this summer, citing the grounds stated above. In November, he agreed to extend his contract until 2021. Sergio Romero would be in line to be Mourinho's number one choice. If United are prepared to spend in excess of £100m on Ronaldo, would it better invested on two or three additions to other areas of his squad?
However, things haven't always been very smooth between Real Madrid and Ronaldo and the Red Devils have tried at least once since his departure to set up a return deal. But does his situation change if Ronaldo is serious about leaving and, if he is, can Real afford to let Morata go?
Ronaldo wants to leave Madrid after becoming angered by the charges brought against him by Spanish prosecutors this week.
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