Nevertheless, Ronaldo seems set to leave Real Madrid this summer.
Ronaldo's management company Gestifute insisted on Thursday the company, Tollin, established during his time with Manchester United - from whom he moved to Real Madrid in 2009 - has acted in accordance with British and Spanish tax laws.
Yesterday, news rapidly broke out from numerous Portuguese outlets stating that Cristiano Ronaldo was looking for a way out of Real Madrid this summer, due to a "lack of support" in regards to recent claims suggesting the player had been defrauding £13m from Spanish taxmen.
The four-time Ballon d'Or victor, who left Old Trafford for the Spanish capital in 2009, supposedly wants to move on this summer after accusations of tax evasion in the country.
Ronaldo stunned the footballing world after news emerged last week that the Portuguese superstar wants to leave Spain after being upset by his treatment over accusations of £13m tax fraud.
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That is the figure which is circulating in football and might tempt, in particular, Paris Saint-Germain to make such an offer, while Manchester United remain interested and could also go that high.
"The first time round at Real Madrid they didn't see eye-to-eye".
The problem for Ronaldo is that very few clubs could afford his wages on top of what would be a massive transfer fee. "There's no turning back", Ronaldo is quoted as saying by Marca.
Calzada says not many teams can afford to sign Ronaldo, with a move to the Chinese Super League not looking likely.
Since Mourinho is keen to sign Alvaro Morata, also from Real Madrid, United are ready to bid £184 million plus De Gea for Morata and Cristiano. "He will be always playing for a big club and trying to get more titles and more personal awards".
A source has claimed Ronaldo "feels great indignation" with all the conjecture about his tax affairs and a sense of "injustice" at the allegations, which he contests, and has made a decision to leave Spain.