Italian newspaper, Secolo XIX, also noted that the club's market valuation rose from 665m euros to 815m euros.
Ronaldo was prolific for Madrid during a four-and-a half-year spell with the club that ended in January 2007, and following the exit of namesake Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus this summer the onus will fall on others to provide attacking threat.
It appears the 33-year-old Juventus forward is wasting no time clearing debts and cutting all ties with Madrid and Spain following his transfer from Real to Juve.
Speaking at his press conference, the five time Ballon d'Or victor said, "I am not sad to leave Real Madrid". "It will once again be the Italian football that I saw as a child. I'm very happy for him for the World Cup, for the title", said Neymar.
Manchester United target Alex Sandro is Juventus' current first choice left-back but the Brazilian's been heavily linked with a move to both the Red Devils and Paris Saint-Germain.
"I think it is a hard decision for him so I wish him good luck but not against Paris".
When asked whether he intends to make a switch to the La Liga club, Neymar said that he will stay at PSG because he has a contract with them and he has chosen to be there for the challenge, for new things and higher goals. "Most of the speculation is made by the media", Neymar told reporters.
Although Neymar insisted Thursday he was staying in Paris, reports persisted that a move could be on the cards.
"The press enjoys creating rumours, but everyone knows how much I care about PSG".