Star forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, won’t prolong his contract with Real Madrid and will leave the Spanish capital as soon as it expires in 2015.
According to AS newspaper, Real’s bosses have offered the Portuguese attacker a new contract until 2018 worth €15 million per year.
Despite the €5 million pay raise, Cristiano refused the offer as he feels psychologically distressed in Madrid.
Earlier media reports claimed the 27-year-old’s relationship with many of his Real partners as well as coach Jose Mourinho is far from perfect.
The Qatari sheikhs, who own French club PSG, are ready to cash in big and add Ronaldo to their line up.
AS also claims there’s a possibility the forward may return to his former club Manchester United where he played before moving to Madrid in 2009.
Since then Cristiano has scored 160 goals in 170 appearances for Real, winning the Spanish La Liga, domestic Cup and Super Cup.
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