Ronaldo available to buy in €60 million, Madrid to sell 10 players this summer

Ronaldo available to buy in €60 million, Madrid to sell 10 players this summer: Real Madrid news and rumours: Fiorentino Perez the president of Real Madrid football club is preparing a big move for his team at the upcoming summer transfers in 2016. According to updates, he is ready to sell the Real Madrid star player and highest goal scorer in the history of the club “Cristiano Ronaldo”. Fiorentino wants to sell 10 players straight up in 2016 summer transfer windows.

Fiorentino asked both Captain Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo to leave the club this summer and they are also ready to sell the world’s highest paid footballer in $60 million while Ramos can be sold at an offer of between €20-25 million.

James Rodriguez is also on the list of Zinedine Zidane to be sold in this winter transfer windows but there is no one to buy this season. But as of now Isco and James is also available to buy in 2016 Summer transfers. Tony Kroos who is Bundesliga players also asked to leave in summer windows to his previous league.

Portugal star player Ronaldo’s national teammate Pepe is also asked to leave with Alvaro Arbeloa. Casemiro, Jese and Danilo who is brought in €31.5 million deal from Porto last summer.31.5 million.

Also, Ronaldo’s market value is down by €10 million in this winter transfer windows. He may not be the world’s highest expensive player in soccer from now on. According to data published on Transfer market, his value is down by 10 million euros due to his poor performances against big teams in home and away games. Recently Madrid lost to their city rivals in Madrid derby to Atletico Madrid which is destructed their dreams of winning the La Liga 2015-16.

The former Man United star has 0.85 goals per game in this season and has managed 2.58 shots per game. His recent rants, which include the allegations that he criticised his teammates for not being up to his level after the disappointing loss to Diego Simeone’s men, has reportedly made him less popular among the fans of the Spanish giants