Sunday, 24 June 2018

Cristiano Ronaldo's is the best player in the world, 70% better than Messi - Carvajal

Carvajal is 'unsure' about Cristiano Ronaldo's future
Dani Carvajal says he doesn't know if his Real Madrid teammate Cristiano Ronaldo will remain in Spain next season.
The rumour mill has been firing on all cylinders this summer after Ronaldo implied after the Champions League final that he's interested in a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu.
After Real's victory in the Champions League final against Liverpool, the Portuguese superstar referred to playing for the club in the past tense, which has been seized upon by the media as his explicit desire to leave the club.

However, Ronaldo has not addressed the rumours directly since the final, which has added even more fuel to the will-he-won't-he fire and apparently even his teammates don't know the score.
Carvajal is 'unsure' about Cristiano Ronaldo's future
"Only Ronaldo knows if he will leave or not," Carvajal told El Transistor (via Football Espana) when quizzed about the forward's future.
"I have not talked with him since the Champions League final but he will know in his head what decision he will make.
"It is normal in a team dressing room that there are different groups as certain players get on particularly well with others.
"I hope he stays at Madrid but he will make the decision he thinks is best for himself."
Ronaldo is 33-years-old, but due to being one of the world's best players it's doubtful that Los Blancos will allow him to leave for cheap, especially after his impressive displays at the World Cup so far this summer.
Ronaldo's former club Manchester United have routinely been linked with his signature ever since the Portugal international left the club in 2009, and the Red Devils are once again the favourites to land his signature should he depart Madrid before the window closes in August.
Ronaldo will grace our screens again when Portugal take on Iran in their final group game of the World Cup on Monday.

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