Cristiano Ronaldo will meet with the Real Madrid hierarchy early next week to discuss his future.
The 32-year-old who has recently welcomed twin sons into world, has not spoken to Los Blancos since revealing his intentions of leaving in the summer.
He is believed to have been outraged after being accused of defrauding Spanish authorities of £13million, and has reportedly been left disappointed over the lack of protection from the club.
According to Marca, the directors of the Champions League winners will sit down with the Portuguese star on Monday or Tuesday after his country crashed out of the Confederations Cup against Chile last night.
A source told DPA: “We do not know from his own mouth what his true intentions are.
“We are counting on him, but we have to know what it is he wants.
“Ronaldo’s future will determine the sporting plans of the club for next season and this is something that we need to solve as soon as possible.”
The report also states that the La Liga champions have frozen all potential incoming and outgoing transfer deals until Ronaldo’s future has been decided.
This would mean that any deal involving Alvaro Morata moving to Manchester United would be temporarily halted.
The Red Devils remain locked in negotiations with the Spanish side as they look to part ways with the striker in a deal worth £63million.
While Madrid could lose out on bringing in his potential replacement.
Sandro Ramirez – a previous target of Everton, had been believed to be finalising a move to sign for Zinedine Zidane’s side.
Florentino Perez recently revealed that his prized asset will be staying at Madrid as they have received zero offers for the former Sporting Lisbon man.
Former club Manchester United have been credited with an interest in acquiring his services, while Paris Saint-Saint Germain are also open to signing him.