According to the same source, Cristiano received a offer from the reigning Spanish and European champions to renew his current contract but was not impressed by it. He felt that he was not sufficiently valued by the club.
Spanish TV show El Chiringuito claims the 32-year-old has met Real president Florentino Perez to inform him that he would like to move on from Bernabeu at the end of the season. They also claim that Madrid's all time top-scorer can not stand to remain at the club anymore. Spanish journalist Edu Aguirre from El Chiringuito, claimed the superstar is "angry" with Spanish giants, following the deal that is now on the table.
Ronaldo's love for the club's fans and his teammates remains the same, however, he is deeply frustrated by the club's new offer for a contract.
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Aguirre further explains the decision "has been made" and this is not a financial matter, but that the four-time Ballon d'Or-winner feels he deserves more affection from the club.
When asked this season if he was expecting to sign a new deal with Madrid, Ronaldo told beIN Sports: 'I don't want to renew. Ronaldo said,"I don't want to renew".
'I'm very happy with the contract I have'.
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