'Record': Ronaldo will leave Madrid

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Ronaldo, 33, smashed an awesome 15 goals in 13 Champions League games to lead Madrid to their third straight title, while he also hit 26 La Liga goals in a season that caught fire in 2018 after a hard end to the previous year.

Debate regarding which of the two eternal rivals can be considered the best has raged for over a decade now, with high-profile figures from the sporting world and beyond having had their say.

If Neymar is indeed going to make a move from Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez may also want a resolution to Ronaldo's situation soon. "We all want Ronaldo to stay and Neymar has our doors wide open", Marcelo said.

Kroos would probably cost us a fair amount but if Real fail to solve their managerial problems in time, we just might be able to sign him should we press hard enough.

However, one major issue that was surrounded by Neymar joining the Los Blancos this summer was the potential of Cristiano Ronaldo not wanting to play alongside the Brazilian.

"If Cristiano stays, does that mean that Neymar can't come?"

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The five time Ballon d'Or victor is also understood to be driven by the wages earned by fellow superstars Neymar and Lionel Messi. It will be interesting to see what the player does with regards to his future and the longer Madrid don't have a manager, there will be more such stories coming out.

Marcelo was also asked about Sergio Ramos and Roberto Firmino as the fallout from the Champions League final continued.

They are one of the few clubs that could afford the Portuguese, Madrid want Neymar and after what was spoken in Liverpool, the reality could be edging closer. "Thanks to them I have won so much".

"I guess it would be necessary to recognise more Real Madrid's three titles, with due merits, no other thing".

"If we find a way to build a structure around him, so he can show all his talent on the pitch, I think we have a key player to win our games".

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