Former Real Madrid chairman Ramon Calderon has suggested that Cristiano Ronaldo could be leaving Santiago Bernabeu in the near future.
The Portuguese superstar has a contract until June 2018 and he has been heavily linked with a summer move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Much will depend on the outcome of the current season, but it would appear as though the 30-year-old is considering his options.
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon believes that Ronaldo could leave at the end of the season, but even if that happens, the reason will not be his poor relationship with current chairman Florentino Perez.
“I heard the rumours about a strong interest from PSG,” Calderon told Le Parisien. “As a former president and supporter of Real Madrid, I hope it will never happen. But as a connoisseur of the world of football, I think that a departure is possible.
“For the moment, Cristiano has not spoken about it. I think he’ll make his decision at the end of the season in accordance with the titles won and the feelings he has.
“A possible departure of Cristiano Ronaldo will never be down to Florentino Perez. Only the player will be able to make that decision… knowing the cold relationship between the two men, everything is possible.”
Cristiano Ronaldo has enjoyed six highly successful years at Santiago Bernabeu, during which he scored unbelievable 221 goals in 208 La Liga appearances.
The highly rated forward has set numerous records during that time and there is a good chance he will soon embark on a new challenge.