StoryATLETICO SUPREMO DEBUNKS RONALDO TRANSFER RUMOURS

Atletico Madrid President Enrique Cerezohas debunked the transfer rumours linking Cristiano Ronaldo to the club. The Atletico Madrid supremo talked about Ronaldo in an interview monitored by the Daily Mail.According to him,the inventor of the report linking Cristiano Ronaldo with a transfer to the Spanish La Ligaclub is unknown and that it's practically impossible for Atletico Madrid to sign the Portugal international.

Cristiano Ronaldo is keen to leave Manchester United this summer, but club officials are determined to keep him for the new season. New Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag has even talked about the possibility of the attacker extending his contract at the club beyond the new season. Ronaldo has one year left on his current Manchester United contract having signed a two-year deal when he returned to the former Premier League winners last summer. The said contract has the option of a third year.

StoryRONALDO ABSENT FOR VILLA DRAW

Former Juventus and Real Madrid attacker Cristiano Ronaldo was a major absentee as Manchester United failed to win a game for the first time during this summer's pre-season.

Cristiano Ronaldo has made a lot of headlines this month with several media reports stating that he wants to leave Manchester United after one year of his second spell at the club. The Portuguese national team skipper had returned to Manchester United last summer, but things have not gone to plans for him after the club failed to qualify for the competition.
Cristiano Ronaldo was exempted from training and also left out of the club's training tour of Australia and Asia. Manchester United had released a statement confirming his absence in training at the start of this month while revealing that he was not available due to a family issue.

StoryJUVENTUS FANS LAUGH OFF RONALDO RETURN

Juventus fans have laughed off the report that Manchester United attacker Cristiano Ronaldo could return to the club this summer. Cristiano Ronaldo has been trending in Italy this week on the back of reports that the Portuguese national team skipper could return to Juventus this summer after one season away from the club.


Cristiano Ronaldo left Juventus last summer to return to Manchester United for his second spell at the Italian Serie A club.He spent three years in Turin before signing for the Red Devils for the second time in his career. Ronaldo had one year left on his then Juventus contract.

Story RONALDO AND KANE MAKE THE CUT FOR PFA PLAYER OF THE YEAR SHORTLIST

Cristiano Ronaldo has made the six-man shortlist for the PFA's Men's Player of the Year award - with league runners up Liverpool boasting three representatives. Manchester United suffered their worst-ever Premier League season, finishing down in sixth. But Ronaldo, 37, who is a two-time winner of this award having won it consecutively for 2006-07 and 2007-08, finished the campaign with 18 league goals and three assists, firing himself into contention for Player of the Year honours.


An inclusion from Manchester United came as one surprise but there was another with champions Manchester City only winning a spot for one representative, Kevin De Bruyne. Much was made about the impacts of Bernardo Silva and Rodri, but both failed to make the cut with Belgian superstar De Bruyne the only City player to make the final shortlist. De Bruyne, who won the award in 2020 and 2021, will be the favourite to reclaim the award after another stellar campaign from the 30-year-old midfielder.

StoryRONALDO CLOSING IN ON KANE/AGUERO RECORD

Cristiano Ronaldo is closing in on the record of both England international Harry Kane and ex-Manchester City striker Sergio Agueroon the list of the players with the most PFA Player of the Month award after he was named the recipient of the PFA Player of the Month award for April 2022. The Manchester United superstar bagged the award after a return of five goals in three matches last month.


Portuguese national team skipper Ronaldo won the aforementioned award ahead of seven other nominees namely Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City), Nathan Collins (Burnley), Son Heung-Min (Tottenham Hotspur), Newcastle United midfielder BrunoGuimares, Liverpool star Thiago Alcantara, Leandro Trossard (Brighton and Hove Albion) and Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City).

StoryTHE TOP 10 SCORERS IN EACH OF EUROPE'S TOP 5 LEAGUES SINCE 1999/00

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski are undoubtedly the three greatest goal scorers of the 21st century. The superstar trio have rippled the back of the net for fun throughout their careers and are the only players with 300+ goals in one of Europe’s top five leagues since the turn of the millennium. Messi’s haul of 474 in La Liga with Barcelona is obscene, while Ronaldo’s 311 league goals with Real Madrid came in just 292 appearances – which is frankly ridiculous.

StoryUCL: BENZEMA CLOSING IN ON RONALDO

French international Karim Benzema is closing in on Cristiano Ronaldo on the list of the all-time highest goalscorers in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) after his treble for Real Madrid at Chelsea in the first leg of their quarterfinal tie in the competition this season.


Cristiano Ronaldo is the leading goalscorer in the Champions League with 140 goals in 183 appearances. The Manchester United talisman has 15 more goals than the nearest challenger, Lionel Messi. The Paris Saint Germain (PSG) superstar has 125 goals in 156 games. Karim Benzema has moved within 58 goals of Cristiano Ronaldo after his hat-trick performance against Premier League giants Chelsea. His treble took the Frenchman to 82 goals in 138 appearances.

StoryRONALDO FAILS TO SCORE AGAINST ATLETICO

Cristiano Ronaldo failed to score against Spanish champions Atletico Madrid and it proved costly for Manchester United as they crashed out of the Champions League this season at the round of 16 stage. Ronaldo has a good record against Atletico Madrid dating back to his time at Real Madrid over a decade ago, but he was unable to use it to his advantage over the two legs of the last 16 tie.


In the first leg between hosts Atletico Madrid and Manchester United at the new Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, Cristiano Ronaldo was largely anonymous as the two teams played out a 1-1 draw. Fellow Portuguese international Joao Felix gave Atletico Madrid the lead in the first half before winger Anthony Elanga secured the draw for Manchester United with his goal in the final ten minutes of the game.

StoryDE LIGT ADDRESSES FUTURE AND RONALDO'S JUVE EXIT

There have been a lot of stories and rumors about the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus to Manchester United last summer. While a lot of people believe that the Portugal international divided the Juventus dressing room and some of the Old Lady players have revealed what they think about the rumors since then. The latest person to be talking about Ronaldo's time at Juventus is their central defender Matthijs de Ligt. The Juventus defender has been linked with Man United in the past and is a former prodigy of Ajax boss Erik ten Hag.

StoryRONALDO HOPING TO MAINTAIN UCL RECORD

Since his return to Manchester United at the start of the season, Cristiano Ronaldo has had a very good record in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) netting in all his five games in the competition.

Cristiano Ronaldo made a sensational return to Manchester United after he told Juventus of his decision to leave after three years in Turin and with a year remaining on his contract. The Red Devils paid a knockdown fee to sign the five-time Ballon d'Or winner at the age of 36.

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