£99.5 million striker Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Real Madrid according to reports in his native Portugal

Cristiano RonaldoGonzalo Arroyo Moreno / Getty ImagesCristiano Ronaldo has won three Champions League trophies with Real Madrid but A Bola claims the relationship is coming to an end.

Superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly told Real Madrid CF that he wants to leave the club, according to Lisbon newspaper A Bola.

The forward played extremely well last season with 37 goals and 11 assists that helped Real win the La Liga and Champions League titles.

However, a €14.7 million (£13 million) tax fraud accusation has reportedly left the player disillusioned in Spain.

A Bola writes that Ronaldo wants to leave Real Madrid later this summer. Currently, his focus is on Portugal, which is one of eight teams playing in the 2017 Confederations Cup, a competition that starts on Saturday.

If Ronaldo was made available to purchase in the summer transfer market then he would surely attract a number of admirers. At 32, he remains one of the best footballers on the planet, despite his age.

According to a recent study by a prominent football think tank in Switzerland, Ronaldo has a transfer market valuation of €112.4 million (£99.5 million).

But The Guardian reports that Real Madrid could receive a staggering £157 million from one of two potentially interested teams: Paris Saint-Germain of Ligue 1 and Premier League stalwart Manchester United.

Ronaldo famously represented United between from 2003 to 2009 and cost Real a world record sum of £80 million at the time.

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