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Ronaldo’s transfer saga seems to be a world of war and confusion made of three pillars: The “Great Spanish Giants” Real Madrid, the “English Resistance” Manchester United with in between, the “King of the EPL” Cri...

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The English Premiership goal king Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be out for six weeks following an ankle operation he had on Monday morning in Amsterdam. According to the surgeon who took charge of it, the operation was successful. It has not yet been confi...

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Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has urged Manchester United to open formal negotiations with the Spanish outfit, to resolve the future of Cristiano Ronaldo. In what seems like a desperate attempt to change Manchester’s stance, the Real supremo...

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The right decision

July 7th was supposed to be the day when superstar Cristiano Ronaldo should have been unveiled as a Real Madrid player. As one could witness, this did not happen. Ronaldo is currently a Red Devil though seeing him leave Old Trafford for Spain is very much...

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According to reliable spanish radio station Onda Cero, Real Madrid have agreed in “principle” with Manchester United for the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo to go ahead for a fee in the region of 90 million euros. If true, it will be the highest...

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The latest transfer rumors explain that Real Madrid will do everything to bring Cristiano Ronaldo in their club. It is understood that the Spanish giants will not give up their hunt for the Portuguese player. Reports claim that Ronaldo will earn 90,000 eu...

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Cristiano Ronaldo has an injury to his ankle that requires an operation, according to Manchester United officials. This may hinder an already complicated transfer battle between Manchester and Real Madrid, as it will probably mean he will not feature in t...

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The young Brazilian forward Robinho is reportedly upset with Real Madrid and their apparent willingness to make him part of a deal to bring Cristiano Ronaldo to Madrid. Robinho’s agent Vagner Rebeiro is quoted as saying that neither him or Robinho ...

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Just a seven-day wonder?

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is still firm in his belief that Cristiano Ronaldo will be at Old Trafford next season. Ferguson has been disappointed by Ronaldo’s comments regarding his future with Manchester but is keen on keeping his...

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It has been argued across Madrid that the possible capture of Cristiano Ronaldo from Man Utd will be a step back for the Real, in their quest to be European Champions for the tenth time. For if Real do capture Ronaldo, the funds that will be left to stren...

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