"The relationship in Madrid wasn't the best but that doesn't mean he doesn't want to go back to Manchester where he is very grateful of what happened", Calderon concluded.
Ronaldo has reportedly made an "irreversible decision" to leave the Madrid giants after eight years at the club, after it emerged the Spanish authorities were investigating him over tax fraud allegations, according to reports in Portuguese media.
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has confirmed that Manchester United's deal for Alvaro Morata will not be affected by the uncertainty surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo's future in the Spanish capital.
He wants to leave Real Madrid and Spain altogether.
The Spanish prosecution in the indictment alleged that Ronaldo had evaded tax "in a conscious and voluntary manner".More news: Draymond Green blaming LeBron James for starting 'super teams' is ridiculous
I think Manchester United maybe will probably be the place that Ronaldo likes the most, you would think that he would love to be reunited with Old Trafford, with the crowd there, and he had so many great years. A report in The Sun says that they will pay his tax bill to get him to stay.
The Portuguese global has told reporters that the Spanish Tax system has treaded him unfairly, ultimately causing his decision to leave Real Madrid.
The world's top clubs are ready to scramble for Ronaldo's signature including his former club United, who want to be title challengers again.
The 4 times Ballon d'Or victor, who joined Real from Manchester United for £80m in 2009, signed a five-year deal with the European champions in November 2016. "He is motivated, just like me", said the 21-year-old Silva at a news conference in Kazan ahead of Portugal's opening Confederations Cup match against Mexico on Sunday.
Another added: "If Ronaldo signs for us, I'll sing and play his chant on guitar, wearing only a hat, and my wife's smallest panty".More news: Race-leading Toyota out of 24 Hours of Le Mans
Forward "real" Cristiano Ronaldo is planning this summer to change the club.
His Real contract has a 1bn euro (£874.88m) release clause.
Before Ronaldo, Barcelona star players, Lionel Messi and Neymar were also caught in tax fraud cases.
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