REAL SAY NO TO RONALDO
Real Madrid are not interested in bringing Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club this summer three years after he left for the Old Lady. This is according to Spanish media outlet Cadena COPE.
It was revealed that Real Madrid don't want to re-sign Ronaldo despite the numerous transfer rumours linking the 36-year-old with a move to former clubs Manchester United and Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo spent six years at Manchester United before the club cashed in on him.
Manchester United received £80m for the transfer of Ronaldo to Real Madrid after he had won several league titles and the 2007/08 Champions League title for the club. Manchester United had signed a young Ronaldo from Sporting Lisbon in Portugal after the player dazzled in a friendly game with the Red Devils. He signed for Real Madrid from Manchester United in the summer of 2009 for a world-record fee as at then. He left Manchester United for Real Madrid shortly after the Red Devils lost the 2009 Champions League final to Barcelona in Rome. That game turned out to be the last one for Ronaldo in a Manchester United shirt.
Ronaldo has spent three seasons at Juventus following his transfer from Real Madrid but his future is up in the air as he has one year to run. The Portuguese player has been criticised for his performance in recent games especially in the Champions League. Ronaldo answered his critics by netting a first half hattrick in the 3-1 away win over Cagliari in the Italian Serie A in the penultimate weekend.