Real Madrid's Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo applauds supporters after the UEFA Champions League final football match between Liverpool and Real Madrid at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine on May 26, 2018./ AFP / Paul ELLIS
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Cristiano Ronaldo won the Champions League for a fifth time Saturday but the striker's petulant posturing over his future has left a sour taste at Real Madrid.For months, Ronaldo and his representatives have been wrangling with Real over a new deal, as the Portuguese reportedly seeks to surpass Lionel Messi at Barcelona and Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain as the highest-paid player in the world.Florentino Perez's resistance has offended Ronaldo, who has implied several times all is not well in their relationship. Reports in the Spanish press Sunday said Real's players were also vexed by Ronaldo diverting attention from the team's third consecutive Champions League success.Even Real's fans appear to be unimpressed, with a poll on the website of Madrid daily Marca, asking if the club should make a special effort to keep Ronaldo.
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