StoryRonaldo to Return to Old Trafford

Cristiano Ronaldo will return to Old Trafford after all this season as Juventus were drawn in the same Champions League group as Manchester United. There were many whispers over the summer that Ronaldo would head back to Manchester United after leaving in 2009 but it wasn't to be as the Portuguese superstar opted for a move to Turin and the Old Lady.

Ronaldo’s move to Juventus will now officially pour cold water on the rumours that he would one day make a sensational return to the club where, in many ways, it all started for him.

StoryRonaldo to Return to Old Trafford

StoryMax Allegri pleased with Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus debut

Juventus manager Max Allegri has admitted that he is pleased with the performance of Cristiano Ronaldo during his maiden game for the Rossoneri. The Portuguese superstar joined the Turin giants from Real Madrid earlier in the summer but he took no part during their pre-season tour after being offered an extended break for his World Cup exploits.

In the season opener against Chievo, Ronaldo was pretty active in the frontline where he managed to have eight shots on goal but unfortunately, he could not find the scoresheet with goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino in fine form. Speaking after the game, Allegri spoke positively regarding the Portuguese’s showing and believes the attacker should only improve in the coming games.

StoryCristiano Ronaldo heaps praise on Juventus teammate

Juventus’ record signing Cristiano Ronaldo is looking forward to playing alongside Mehdi Benatia during the upcoming season. The Portugal international made the surprise switch to the Bianconeri from Real Madrid earlier this month and he has since been offered an extended break after his World Cup exploits.

Despite this, Ronaldo has found time to interact with the media and in a report covered by BBC Sport, the Portuguese has praised Benatia as an ‘outstanding player’ after the two tussled it out at the World Cup where the latter was representing Morocco, he said: “We fought hard and he’s a great defender. We had some clashes during the World Cup but that’s part of the game. It will be interesting to play for the same club and have him as a team-mate. He’s an outstanding player.”

StoryJoao Cancelo hails Cristiano Ronaldo’s winning mentality

Juventus’ summer signing Joao Cancelo has hailed the winning mentality of Portuguese compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo after he decided to make the move to Turin. The 33-year-old ended his nine-year association with Real Madrid earlier this week after the Bianconeri finalised a deal worth £99m with the European champions.


Since then, there has been plenty of excitement around the club regarding the Portuguese and speaking in a news conference, Cancelo has revealed his delight of working alongside Ronaldo at the Serie A champions, he said:"It's an enormous pleasure for me and all footballers to play with a great champion like Cristiano Ronaldo. I'm sure he's going to raise the overall quality of the team and he'll help us to keep winning. He has a winning mentality and has won a lot in his career. At the same time, Juventus have claimed seven straight Scudetto titles, so I hope they will make a perfect match."

StoryPortugal manager hails Cristiano Ronaldo’s leadership qualities

Portugal head coach Fernando Santos has hailed Cristiano Ronaldo’s captaincy skills ahead of the country’s opening World Cup game against Spain. The Portuguese suffered a shock group-stage exit at the 2014 World Cup but they have since progressed efficiently under Santos, who guided them to a shock Euro 2016 final triumph over hosts France.

Speaking ahead of the Spain game, Santos praised the leadership qualities of Ronaldo, who recently acquired his 150th cap with the national team, he said: “Cristiano [Ronaldo] is an extraordinary captain. You know... what kind of player he is. He has a strong positive influence on the team, both on and off the pitch. He plays a certain role, I play a certain role, but the team is the most important [component of success]. And he understands it, too. Every member of our team is ready and understands his goals. We have a worthy rival... I can't tell you who will win. We are ready.”

StoryJose Mourinho admits he would be interested in re-signing Ronaldo

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that he would be open to the possibility of re-signing Cristiano Ronaldo in the future. However, he does not believe Real Madrid would consider the option of selling him to another European club and the Portuguese may perhaps end his career in the MLS.

Speaking to Portuguese outlet Record, he said: “I consider that Real Madrid cannot sell, they can't. It's prohibitive. He has to stay until the time when they authorise him to go and play one year to America or any other place where he wants to go. The door is closed. That is the impression I have. Everyone knows his history at Manchester, the passion they have for him, and that there are players in the world who, if clubs have the possibility of signing, will not say no.”

StoryZinedine Zidane Expects Cristiano Ronaldo To Return For Champions League Final

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is confident that the entire squad including Cristiano Ronaldo should be fit for this month’s Champions League final against Liverpool. The Portugal international sustained an ankle injury during the first half of the El Clasico last weekend but Zidane has assured that the attacker should regain his fitness alongside Isco and Dani Carvajal.

Speaking to reporters, he said: “Everyone will be okay for the final. Cristiano, Isco, and Carvajal.

StoryReal Madrid: Life After Zizou?

Zinedine Zidane shocked the footballing world on the final day of May by announcing his resignation as Real Madrid’s manager, just days after he had broken all kinds of records by winning a third consecutive Champions League.

Following Real Madrid’s 3-1 victory over Liverpool, there was little sign that this was the end of the road for Zidane. However, just five days later, he sent the world into shock and left Madrid searching for a new figurehead, ending his two-and-a-half year association with the club he has thrived for as a player, now manager.

StoryZinedine Zidane Explains Cristiano Ronaldo’s Substitution During The Madrid Derby

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has suggested that he wanted to give Cristiano Ronaldo a much-needed break during the Madrid derby on Sunday. The Portugal international scored for the tenth game on the trot after he scored the opener from a Gareth Bale cross in the 53rd minute. However, the lead lasted for only four minutes before Atleti equalized with Antoine Griezmann.

Shortly after, Zidane decided to substitute Ronaldo to bring Karim Benzema into the fray, and this brought a sense of silence among the club’s supporters before applauding the Portuguese off the field.

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