Ronaldo on his way out of Madrid as relationship with Perez goes south

Ronaldo on his way out of Madrid as relationship with Perez goes south

- Galacticos are refusing to meet the astronomical wage demands which would see the Portugal ace paid the same as Lionel Messi

- Ronaldo will reportedly not be offered a new deal by Real Madrid and his relationship with president Florentino Perez claimed to be over

- Perez is willing to negotiate and wants to keep the talisman in the Spanish capital - but he will not meet the astronomical demands

Real Madrid are ready to path ways with five times ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo as the Galaticos are reluctant to meet his wage demands.

Ronaldo's new wage demands will see him earn as much as rival Lionel Messi is earning at Barcelona.

The Portuguese star was promised a pay rise after helping Real Madrid win the Champions League last season but the promise has since failed to materialize.

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Madrid's lack of action in bringing his wages to at least the same level as the South American duo has left him outraged at chief Perez, according to Marca.

And he is ready to end his glittering nine-year stay at the Bernabeu unless he receives the pay hike, says Sport.

Perez is willing to negotiation with Ronaldo but not willing to meet Ronaldo's high wage demand which has seen the former Manchester United feel unwanted in Madrid.

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He has been linked with a return to his former club Manchester United and fans will be happy to have him back but he might be mighty expensive.

Despite his age, the Galacticos want a fee of around £89 million for Ronaldo, who is tied into his current contact until 2021.

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