Fiorentina Peres is the Real Madrid boss who also is direct involved in any signings and transfers too. Recently, there have been rumours that Christiano Ronaldo may head back to the Los Blanco's atleast to end his Carrier there. This made Peres to clarify the allegations on his latest interview.
Peres said that there is no possibility of signing the striker because according to him,he is still on a contract at Juventus and that he is not ready to cut it off. He also didn't hide his love for the striker by saying that he would really want Christiano back though he thinks it will be of no sense. We don't know if this statement is because Ronaldo is no longer young to fit on Madrid plans or its the current form of the striker that makes Peres not ready to bring him back.
However,the Juventus striker has gone miles to prove that he is indeed one of the all times best players. He is currently leading the list of top scorers in Italian league regardless of his form and therefore re-signing him at Los Blanco's could still be a good idea. Share your views on this please
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