Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Real Madrid ready to sell Cristiano Ronaldo

Real Madrid ready to sell Cristiano Ronaldo

The Real Madrid icon, five-time Champions League victor, and Twitter superstar (73 million followers and counting) is also 33-years-old, meaning this World Cup could be his last.

The 33-year-old confessed his comments were ill-timed, but it means he enters a second straight major global tournament with his next move at club level shrouded in mystery.

According to the same story, Juventus are keen on adding Ronaldo to their squad and have good ties with Real Madrid.

Ronaldo suggested he could call time on his Madrid career just moments after they clinched their third consecutive Champions League against Liverpool, saying "it was very nice to be at Real Madrid".

And when asked about a potential departure of Ronaldo coming as a blow to the league, he added: "Cristiano Ronaldo leaving, out of 10, I'm anxious about a five or a four".

Iniesta has faced Ronaldo many times in El Clasico, knowing exactly what the five-time Ballon d'Or victor has to offer for club and his country.

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No new contract for Ronaldo?

Cristiano Ronaldo has been with the Madrid club since 2009.

Other commentators speculate that Ronaldo could even be jealous over Real's courting of Paris Saint-Germain´s Brazilian star Neymar.

"Cristiano doesn't own Real Madrid so if the president wants to sign somebody he will do it".

Cristiano Ronaldo is fully focused on Portugal's World Cup campaign and not his Real Madrid future, says worldwide team-mate Manuel Fernandes.

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