Barely six months after joining Juventus in a mega money move, Real Madrid seem to have started erasing Cristiano Ronaldo from their history.
The 33-year-old ended his nine year reign at the Santiago Bernabeu after the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia after leading Los Blancos to win four UEFA Champions League titles.
Three of those which were won consecutively under the tutelage of French tactician Zinedine Zidane.
Ronaldo also became the most successful player in the history of the European competition with five UCL titles - winning one at Manchester United and the remaining four at Real.
Daily Mail however reveal that the Galacticos are taking cautious efforts to remove the Portuguese forward from all their social media handles and their TV channels.
The publication further revealed that Raphael Varane, Sergio Ramos, Luka Modric and Marcelo are the players posing in this season's strip.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo's inclusion in the UEFA team of the year did not bother the Spanish League giants despite the role he played in their triumph in Europe last season.
They insisted that they were the best represented club in the dream team with the above mentioned stars (Ramos, Varane, Modric and Marcelo).
Real Madrid were also said to have unfollowed Ronaldo on all social media platforms with the striker returning the favour, unlike Manchester United.
Cristiano scored a total of 450 goals in 438 matches for Los Blancos in all competitions during his nine year reign at the club.
While at the club, he won four Champions Leagues, two La Ligas, two Copa Del Rey titles, two UEFA Super Cups, and three FIFA Club World Cups among other trophies.
His double figure goals every season for the team guaranteed the Spanish League giants at least silverware during his stay.
Ronaldo has already scored 14 goals in 19 Serie A league appearances with five assists since his move to the Italian League this campaign.