Real Madrid have denied reports that the club has lowered Cristiano Ronaldo’s €1billion release clause to just €120million, in a bid to sell him this summer.
OK Diario claimed that the LaLiga giants initially reduced the clause to €400million, before later knocking off another €280million.
The Spanish publication added that the new clause exempts Barcelona, any other club in Spain and Paris Saint-Germain.
It also claimed that since Madrid cut his release clause by €890million, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and AC Milan had all informed the Ronaldo’s agent they are ready make a move.
The report has since been rubbished by Real Madrid, according to Marca.
Marca insists that the European champions will insist on the full release clause, before the 33-year-old is allowed to leave the Santiago Bernabeu.