Aguirre insists Ronaldo is a "Madridista", and loves the fans, but has his heart set on a move away after falling out with the club's hierarchy.
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to leave Bernabeu next year if we are to believe the media reports.
Real Madrid are understood to be determined to keep the four-time Ballon d'Or victor, although Ronaldo earlier this month insisted that he did not want to sign a new deal.
Following last season's Champions League triumph with Madrid, Ronaldo is the favourite to receive the trophy again this year to draw alongside his great rival.
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He was emotional before the game about his comeback, shedding tears. "I'm just disappointed I wasn't able do get in on that". Diggs said he wanted to pay homage to service members, but the Vikings were penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct.
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He later returned for re-shoots on the film after they declined to press charges, and has appeared in numerous films since. He has publicly battled drug abuse since he was a teen, and was charged with with possession of methamphetamine in 2007.
Aguirre also claims Ronaldo has asked the president to allow him to leave for a "reasonable price".
However, Real Madrid are understood to have rejected his demand - which has further angered the wantaway star.
But he was eventually convinced to stay by Perez.
Ronaldo only managed one goal in seven La Liga outings this season, which is enough to suggest he may be past his prime.
The speculations about Cristiano Ronaldo's departure from the Spanish club started when he cut a dejected figure even after defeating Las Palmas.