Ronaldo to play alongside Kaka in Real Madrid?

Florentino Perez has wonderfully succeeded in bringing Brazilian Superstar Kaka in Spain, now his sights are turned on Manchester United’s Red Devil ace Cristiano Ronaldo.

Speaking to the media, hours before Kaka was pronounced as a Real Madrid player, the president stated:

“We want to take [Cristiano] Ronaldo to Real Madrid also, but first we must speak to Manchester United.

“The most important thing is that we maintain a good relationship with Manchester United.”

Cristiano Ronaldo has refused to talk about his club future while being on international duty with Portugal. However, with Alex Ferguson reportedly fixing a tag price on the Golden Boy earlier last week, there is a huge possibility that Manchester United may agree to sell Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid.

This will see Ronaldo playing alongside Kaka in Los Blancos’ dream team. But even if Cristiano Ronaldo joins Real Madrid this month, it will take time before Real Madrid fans see the 2007 Fifa World Player of the Year and the reigning Ballon d’Or winner together on the same field of play.

Ronaldo is believed to have sustained a groin injury against Albania last weekend. Reports reveal that Cristiano Ronaldo will have tests in Lisbon before doctors decide if surgery is needed.

What is clear as at now is that Ronaldo, who has pulled out from the Portugal squad that will face Estonia on Wednesday, will miss Manchester United’s Far East Tour.
The 24-year-old Star winger might even miss the entire EPL season as he could be a Real Madrid player by then.

Written by: Angela Asante

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    • Lisa
      9th June 2009
      22:59

      Cristiano Ronaldo will you please listen to us, we need u at man united, please stay, we need you ronaldo without you man United will get ruined!

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    • Boggers
      10th June 2009
      14:23

      I can’t believe a true Man U fan would beg for someone like Ronaldo to stay. It is obvious he doesn’t want to be here and he should go if he wants. We will be victorious without him. I mean, we played most of the season without him being on form so what makes you think we will miss his lazy arse???

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    • DK
      10th June 2009
      14:39

      I’m a huge man utd fan but i believe its time we part with ron. Its not gud havin a player who has other dreams elsewhere. I just hope he never forgets what the team man utd did for him. Having said that, i think its pretty obvious that a latin player (portuguese, spanish, south american) or whatever the fcuk u wanna call them will always put playing in italy or spain b4 England. Its better for British clubs to start developing their own ronaldos, kakas and messis.

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    • Admin
      10th June 2009
      16:22

      Hey DK, aren’t you ashamed of yourself? How dare you use words like “F**k” (“… or whatever the fcuk u wanna call them…”)!

      They way you wrote it is wrong anyway. Learn word spellings and stop writing things like that on CRF!

      This website supposes to be clean and not offensive. You can share your opinions, but in a polite way, please.

      Thank you.

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    • juan tena
      11th June 2009
      10:41

      ronaldo is manchester but i guess the team 2 beat now is real madrid now its the real dream team ronaldo and kaka

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    • James (loyal Utd fan)
      11th June 2009
      19:57

      It was only a matter of time as Real are his dream club. However I predict all may not end so well for Ronaldo as Real are like the devil, who will tempt you with riches & glamour, but will chew you up and spit you out when they are finished with you. They have little stability as shown by their turn over of managers. Ronaldo isn’t just leaving a football club in United, he’s leaving a family that looked after him, forgave his sins & loved him. Real Madrid will always be the other woman, & those naive enough to leave their wonderful wife risk paying the price of a lifetime of regret. Good luck, thanks for the memories. See you in the Champions league; no fear, no favours, no Utd legend

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    • dan
      11th June 2009
      20:48

      hahaha man utd are going down the toilet now.
      come on you chelsea!!!

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    • mugisha livingstone
      15th June 2009
      10:35

      its time to determine the role of the portuguese international the speed merchant cristiano ronaldo when he was still manchester united.
      let us wish him success in real madrid.

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    • mugisha livingstone
      15th June 2009
      10:35

      its time to determine the role of the portuguese international the speed merchant cristiano ronaldo when he was still manchester united.
      let us wish him success in real madrid.

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    • mugisha livingstone
      15th June 2009
      10:35

      its time to determine the role of the portuguese international the speed merchant cristiano ronaldo when he was still manchester united.
      let us wish him success in real madrid.

      Reply
    • Man U Fan
      15th June 2009
      17:36

      Without Ronaldo on Man United they have no chance. Now that he’s gone Rooney and Giggs are holding the team together.

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    • princessw
      21st June 2009
      09:01

      it’s the best ever
      because i love real madrid and critiano ronaldo
      now they are together wow 🙂
      the best player and the best team
      but i feel so sad because of man utd
      actually i like them too .. and now without there player ( the best ) they can’t move on….anyway congratulations for real and ronaldo 🙂

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    • REAL LEGEND
      28th June 2009
      02:50

      HALA MADRID, i think the selling of ronaldo was not because Man u was tired of him but it was for the money. If he was really family like previous comments have stated Fergie wouldn’t have sold him. Now with ronaldo, tevez and anderson gone Man U have dug a grave for themselves that needs extreme filling. It will be hard to find replacements. As for REAL it is the new dream team. Ronaldo KAKA and Aboil will finally wear the white shirt. It is now and was always the best team in the world.

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