The Spanish club Real Madrid decided today its position on the return of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, the current Juventus striker, to its ranks, ruling out the matter permanently.
And the Spanish newspaper Marca reported this evening that Real Madrid has closed its doors permanently about Ronaldo's return to him.
The Spanish newspaper quoted sources in the royal club as saying that the administration does not think at all about this matter and is not part of its future plans at a time when Ronaldo's Portuguese agent Mendes offered to return the player to Real Madrid, but the White Castle officials refused to give the green light to the matter.
The Real Madrid administration saw that the main reason behind its refusal to return Ronaldo is more than anything else, claiming that the team focuses on contracting promising young stars, especially one of the rising stars and the young Norwegian Haaland or Frenchman Kylian Mbappe.
The Spanish newspaper indicated that Ronaldo's return will increase the financial burden on the club's treasury, with an annual salary of more than 35 million euros.