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July 16 2018, 02:02 | Van Peters
Zidane added: "We know what is discussed, but what Cristiano has to do is think about playing, as always".
Ronaldo is under contract at Madrid until June 2021, but the source said the five-time Ballon d'Or victor feels he deserves another pay rise after a stellar 2016-17 season on a personal and team level, and having seen Barcelona'sLionel Messi and Paris Saint-Germain's Neymar sign deals paying far more.
"And I just want to talk about this, what he can bring to the team, that's all".
Zidane was speaking ahead of Madrid's Copa Del Rey meeting with Leganes on Thursday.
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Ronaldo signed a five-year deal in November 2016 that will see him stay at the club till 2021.
Cristiano Ronaldo's uncertain future remains the major talking point in Spain, and Wednesday morning's sports papers continued the theme of the week with speculation that Real Madrid will overhaul their entire front line in the summer.
"I can not imagine a Madrid without Cristiano". We are in a hard moment right now but he is still with us. Cristiano can do that and it's him and the club who should talk about that.
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"I do not want to talk about the contract, or these things".
Sanches said that the club doesn't need to increase his salary and even the great Alfredo Di Stefano left Madrid.
"Cristiano is a part of this club, where he belongs".
He's earning mega money and is tied to the club for another three years.
The fact of the matter is Ronaldo's performances in La Liga have been pretty dismal this season.
And with confidence at a real low for the current Champions League holders, the club's senior squad members looked to lift the spirits of team-mates during training as Marcelo and Ronaldo were pictured with beaming smiles.