LaLiga: Zidane speaks on Ronaldo moving away from Real Madrid

Last week, Marca claimed that the Bernabeu hierarchy knew Ronaldo and Mendes had no serious options to move elsewhere, with previous suitors PSG also said to not consider the transfer viable at this stage of the 32-year-old's career.

Ronaldo is now, therefore, considering his future at Real, with a stunning return to Manchester United firmly in the Portugal international's mind.

Zidane then nailed it when he said...

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has a hard decision to make ahead of his side's King's Cup quarter-final away leg against Leganes on Thursday night. "He is at his club where he should be".

The report says the Anfield club have identified him as a potential replacement for Philippe Coutinho and have entered into talks with his agent.

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"I am not imagining anything, I go from day to day, I always do this and my way of thinking will not change", he stated. The footballing side is what interests me the most.

Cristiano Ronaldo is demanding for a bumper new contract.

"I just want to talk about his performance and what he can bring to the team on the pitch. I trained a lot, twice as much", he added. "I do not want to talk about the contract and those things". Everything else he manages himself, it is not my business. Everyone does what they think best.

Zidane is facing the first serious pressure of his two-year spell at Madrid with a run of just one win in five games entering Thursday's Copa del Rey quarterfinal first leg at Leganes. Zinedine Zidane's team has been suffering this term due to poor form and are trailing to La Liga leaders Barcelona by 19 points at present, after lifting the title last season.

"They always tell me tomorrow, tomorrow", Mundo quote a source saying of Ronaldo's frustration, with the anger "not a matter of money, but of status".

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