Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo's future in Spain has been thrown into doubt after it was revealed that the Portuguese star is considering returning to English football.

Cristiano Ronaldo is regarded as one of the greatest players in recent decades after his exploits with Manchester United led them to numerous league titles and one Champions League title.

Manchester United also made it into the finals of another Champions League. Despite all the success he enjoyed with Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo decided to move to his favourite club Real Madrid a few seasons ago for the record transfer of £ 80 million.

Even though the move has been a great success for him personally in terms of the wages and number of goals scored, it has been extremely poor in terms of the trophy return in comparison with the Manchester United days.


Aitor Karanka, the assistant manager of Spanish giants Real Madrid, has moved to quell talks about the injury sustained by their French striker Karim Benzema saying that the forward was withdrawn eight minutes into the second half of their Spanish League encounter against lowly Granada purely as a precaution.

The French international forward, who scored twice in the 5-1 thumping of the newly promoted side, was substituted in the second half, sparking rumors that Benz would be out of the crucial King’s Cup tie second leg encounter against Malaga CF, which the capital side are leading 3-2 on aggregate.

However, Karanka is adamant that there is nothing to worry about Benzema being a part of the Real Madrid side in that match, and that it did not seem to be serious. Benzema is almost certain to travel with the side to take part in the match.


Real Madrid extended their lead at the top of the La Liga table by three points after the impressive 6-2 win over Sevilla during the weekend. The win becomes extremely crucial because Barcelona are not involved in the league right now due to their commitments on the Club World Cup.

Real Madrid have taken advantage of it and have extended their lead at the top of the table after the 3-1 loss to Barcelona a few weeks ago. Cristiano Ronaldo silenced that his critics by scoring a hat-trick in the match, while Angel Di Maria, Jose Maria Callejon, and Hamit Altintop were the other scorers on the night for Real Madrid.


Real Madrid moved six points clear at the top of the table after they thrashed Atletico Madrid by an impressive score line of 4-1. Real Madrid have been scored a lot of goals this season and Cristiano Ronaldo has been at the centre of them. He was once again impressive in the match against Atletico Madrid, although Real Madrid were helped by the fact that Atletico Madrid were reduced to 10 men after the goalkeeper was sent off early on in the match. Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice from the penalty spot to keep him in contention with Lionel Messi at the top of the goal scoring charts.


Portugese ace Cristiano Ronaldo has said that Real Madrid are capable of winning the Champions League this season, after a perfect start to the campaign has seen the Spanish side qualify for the knockout stages at the earliest possible opportunity.

Real last won the trophy in 2002, but Ronaldo has said that the current Madrid side is the best team he has played in since arriving at the club just two years ago.


Cristiano Ronaldo has praised the Real madrid's team performance against Malaga, which saw the Whites rise to the very top of the Primera Liga table.

Ronaldo scored three and was generally brilliant as Madrid ran riot in a 4-0 victory.

"I am very happy with the three goals but obviously the key was the victory," Ronaldo told the press.

“Some days you give assists and others you score, that is how a team works so I wasn't worried during the period when I wasn't finding the back of the net.

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