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Cristiano Ronaldo, once again, caused a stir with recent comments regarding a possible transfer. Ronaldo has been sensational on the field for Real Madrid, scoring an absurd amount of goals during his time at the club and winning La Liga. However, in September, the Portuguese star said he was sad at Real Madrid.

“I’m sad – when I don’t celebrate goals it’s because I’m not happy. It’s a professional thing. Real Madrid know why I’m not happy,” Ronaldo said.

Now, Ronaldo has left his future at Real Madrid in doubt. Rumors have circulated recently about a possible transfer to Paris Saint-Germain.

“I am fine with Real Madrid, I have a contract until 2015. But in life, anything is possible. My intention is to win a lot of titles with Real, but I repeat, in life, all is possible,” Ronaldo said.

Even though he somewhat denies the rumor, he definitely leaves the door open for a transfer away from Real Madrid. It seems strange to emphasize, “all is possible” multiple times if Ronaldo’s real intention is to stay at Real Madrid.

PSG director Leonardo said that PSG is a club that could attract a player like Ronaldo.

“When we are discussing a possible transfer for a player like Cristiano Ronaldo, there are only four or five clubs that can be taken into consideration. Paris Saint-Germain are one of those clubs,” Leonardo said.

It will be interesting to follow transfer rumors surrounding Ronaldo and Real Madrid. As several media outlets have reported, rumors are circulating around Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho and whether or not he will return to the club after this season.

Real Madrid is currently third in La Liga, 16 points behind league leaders and rival Barcelona. They are also likely out of the discussion of repeating as La Liga champions.

Written By: Eric Stoyanov, Contributing Writer, soccerprose.com


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