According to reports in France, the Portuguese superstar has met with Monacos billionaire owner Rybolovlev, to discuss a possible move to the big-spending Ligue 1 side. Cristiano Ronaldos Real Madrid future is uncertain (Picture: Getty) Le10Sport reported Rybolovlev has urged Ronaldo to see out his current contract in the Spanish capital, before making a move to France, by which time Monaco may have sealed Champions League football. MORE: Jose Mourinho drops hint over Wayne Rooney transfer The 28-year-old is believed to have been offered an astronomical salary by Monaco agen judi bola terpercaya Ronaldo, who has been on holiday to the principality earlier this summer, refused to rule out a move to the club. I cant say I would never come to this club [Monaco] which has a great owner. Today I am very happy at Real Madrid.
Ronaldo refuses to rule out Monaco switch
The Portuguese superstar finished the champions league with taruhan bola 12 goals, more than anyone else in the competition. He was award 12,544 votes, 54 percent of the total votes received. In second place was four-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi. The Argentine forward earned 5,235 votes for a gragen judi bola terpercaya total of 23 percent. Messi finished the champions league with eight goals in nine matches.
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The Portuguese sensation has been heavily linked with a return to Old Trafford this year, although he has expressed his satisfaction with life at Real Madrid. Monaco owner Dmitry Rybolovlev has funded an impressive recruitment drive this summer, bringing in the likes of Radamel Falcao agen judi bola terpercaya Joao Moutinho, agen judi bola terpercaya he has now targeted an audacious move for Ronaldo next summer. The Bernabeu star met with Rybolovlev in Monaco last week agen judi bola terpercaya Ronaldo, whose agent Jorge Mendes was also present in the Principality, insists he is content in Madrid but hinted he could be tempted by a move to Monaco in the future. "I'm not saying that I will never come to this club, but I'm happy at Real Madrid," he is quoted as saying on Le 10 Sport. Monaco feel they will be in a strong negotiating position next summer as Ronaldo, whose contract expires in 2015, has yet to sign an extension to his current deal at the Bernabeu. July 12, 2013, 11:16 am Editors Picks