Barcelona Ace Neymar ‘Offers Support to Real Madrid Rival Cristiano Ronaldo Over Whatsapp’ Amid Tax Controversy

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Cristiano Ronaldo chose to leave Spain because of his tax problems a few days back that stunned world football and clubs like Manchester United and Paris St-Germain shown interest to sign him for hefty amount. In 2014, Ronaldo told the Telegraph: ‘I love Manchester. Everyone knows that. Manchester is in my heart. I left many good friends there. The supporters are amazing and I wish I can come back one day.’ Cristiano Ronaldo seems happy by Real Madrid’s president Florentino Perez’s public backing of him.

Florentino Perez who is current president of Real Madrid club appeared to defend Ronaldo on Spanish radio.Perez arranged a meeting with a super agent Jorge Mendes on Sunday for crisis talks. ‘I know him and he’s a top professional and not only with ball, all this is very strange. I have not spoken to him since Champions League Final. He has a contract with us so he’s a Madrid player. Life throws up unexpected situations but one has to take them on and find a solution. Cristiano is a good guy, I will have to talk with Cristiano and see what’s happening,’ Perez said.

Neymar Jr and Cristiano Ronaldo

Neymar Jr kept La Liga rivalry aside and he reached out to offer support Cristiano Ronaldo over tax problems. Neymar and Ronaldo share the same birthday. Ronaldo is upset after he claimed he was being treated like a criminal when Spanish authorities launched a £13m tax probe. And Neymar has reportedly also said his support over Whatsapp android app. While Neymar is also dealing with his own tax investigation problems. Neymar have to stand trial over fraud and corruption allegations. Ronaldo is representing Portugal at the Confederations Cup in Russia currently and he kept aside all this rumours and focused on that tournament. He has to lead his team in match against Russia on 21 Jun. Where in previous fixture they drew against Mexico by 2-2.

Ronaldo appeared in emotional video ‘Save the Children’ on World Refugee Day on 20 Jun for charity. The Manchester United and and Paris St-Germain were on red alert after revelations that Ronaldo wanted to leave Spain. There’s a romour that the clubs are offering around £145m to sign Ronaldo

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