Real Madrid's Isco hopes Cristiano Ronaldo stays amid reports of contract dispute

Real Madrid's Isco hopes Cristiano Ronaldo stays amid reports of contract dispute

Ronaldo, 33, sparked speculation about his future by speaking in the past tense when discussing his time as a Madrid player after last month's Champions League final victory over Liverpool in Kiev.

"In the next few days I will give an answer to the fans".

Portuguese newspaper A Bola had reported that the forward wanted to leave the club as he was not happy with how he had been treated by Real.

According to reports in Spain and his native Portugal, Ronaldo is frustrated with Madrid for not increasing his earnings after his role in helping them win a third Champions League title on the trot.

"It's the way the gaffer wants him to play, so hopefully he can continue and really build on it and become one of the names alongside Messi and Ronaldo".

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Meanwhile, according to Marca, Madrid have told Ronaldo's agent, Jorge Mendes that they are unwilling to match the player's demands.

Manager Zinedine Zidane recently shocked the world when he announced he was stepping down as Real Madrid boss, and now FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has had his say on the matter.

In a way this is a fairly reasonable assumption, Neymar is seven years his junior, but Ronaldo is probably afraid the 26-year-old will replace him as the main man at the Bernabeu sooner rather than later.

Given that Neymar, 26, is likely being eyed by Real to act as Ronaldo's successor, it is not a huge surprise the Portuguese is unhappy with the club's pursuit.

It also remains to be seen whether he will use the club he loves more than any other in the world ever, Manchester United, to once again leverage getting an even more bumper contract at the Spanish giants.

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