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After months of speculation surrounding his future at Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo has finally put pen to paper and signed for Juventus in a deal worth up to €112 million.

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Read any of the hundreds of articles on who stands what sort of chance in the World Cup, and when you get to the section on Portugal, you will see three words time and time again: The Ronaldo Factor. The logic goes something like this: Portugal are a good...

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Zinedine Zidane sensationally resigned as head coach of Real Madrid last week, just days removed from their third consecutive Champions League triumph. Inevitably, the footballing world is already deep in debate about who will replace the outgoing Frenchm...

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Speculation is rife in Spain about the future of Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid, following his comments at the end of the Champions League final in Kiev. Just moments after the whistle ended the encounter with Liverpool at the Olympic Stadium, the Portu...

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The World Cup is largely unpredictable. While we can debate the favorites and generally get a feel for which nations should go furthest, we never know how things will actually turn out. For instance, no one can predict a result like Germany’s 7-1 destru...

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Both Cristiano Ronaldo and Gianluigi Buffon are icons of the modern age. The pair might be fierce rivals on the pitch, but off the field, there is a strong mutual respect between the two men.

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The nature of Real Madrid ensures that the club will constantly be linked with transfers for the sport’s superstars. Any self-respecting super club is automatically associated with the most prized assets in the game, while the Galactico policy that ...

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Things clearly haven’t been going the way that Cristiano Ronaldo would have hoped this season. Real Madrid are in an embarrassing (by their standards) position in La Liga, with the champions 14 points behind Barcelona and 10 points behind cross-city riv...

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Cristiano Ronaldo is confident that Real Madrid will bolster their attacking line with the signing of Tottenham striker Harry Kane following the World Cup this summer.

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The nasty eye injury suffered by Cristiano Ronaldo on Sunday, January 21 was the focus of media attention in Spain, as his Real Madrid side romped to a resounding 7-1 win against Deportivo La Coruña at the Santiago Bernabeu. Not particularly because...

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