Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo has made an "irreversible decision" to quit the club, according to Record.
The Real Madrid club-record goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo will definitely leave the club during the off-season according to reports in Portuguese media.
Ronaldo, 33, has been linked with a move away from the 13-time European champions for the past four seasons but it appears that his threats of leaving hold more substance this time.
Promises are said to have been broken by Los Blancos towards the Ballon d'Or winner, who helped the club win a third successive Champions League trophy last month.
Paris Saint-Germain are a possible destination for the attacker, who could also go to England or Italy.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner issued a peculiar statement after their UEFA Champions League final victory over Liverpool speaking about his time in Madrid in past tense.
While the former Manchester United star insisted it had nothing to do with money but more recognition, Spanish publication Marca promptly revealed that he's demands of becoming the world's highest paid player was rejected by Los Blancos.
Now, Portuguese publication Record claims he's been angered by the treatment from the club and in particular President Florentino Perez over his current contract, 'unfulfilled promises' and lack of recognition of his recent exploits.
"Along with this Ronaldo is not happy with the priority that is being given towards bringing in Neymar and Zidane's departure was another blow as little by little he has lost allies at the club like Pepe, Coentrao and James Rodriguez," the publication further stated.
The Record concluded that Ronaldo aims to remain in Europe, with France, Italy and England as his most likely destination.