Former Real Madrid
president Ramon Calderon is the latest to speak on Cristiano Ronaldo’s
case after recent reports stated that the Portuguese player has been unhappy
at the club.
They must go
According to the Calderon who left office in 2009 for the current regime now led by Florentino Perez, an unhappy player should simply leave.
-If a player is unhappy, they must go, he told Eurosport magazine.
-It happened to me with Robinho; it was a dramatic saga, but he was bought for 28 million euros and sold for 48 million euros, so it was a good deal.
Ronaldo is on record mentioning he was unhappy because of a “professional thing”,