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23:00

EPL: Ronaldo shocked at Man Utd squad after Solskjaer’s sacking




Manchester United forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, feels his teammates want things “too easy” and is shocked about the club’s drop in standards that he has experienced since his return.


Ronaldo was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s last signing, with the Norwegian dismissed on Sunday morning after a 4-1 defeat to Watford.


The 36-year-old has been one of the few players that has performed well so far this term and he urged members of the squad to stick by Solskjaer in recent weeks.


But with Solskjaer gone, the players no longer have another figure to blame for their poor performances and the UK Telegraph reports Ronaldo is concerned by the lack of winning mentality at Old Trafford.


Ronaldo spent six years at Old Trafford during his first stint and he’s concerned about the drop in standards.


United’s defeat at Vicarage Road, means they have won just one of their last seven Premier League matches and they sit in the seventh position in the league table.


Michael Carrick is set to take charge for the crucial Champions League clash against Villarreal this week, where United can ill-afford to lose if they wish to qualify for the last-16. Dailypost

01:51

EPL: C Ronaldo’s mother reveals club Portugal superstar must play for before she dies




Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores Aveiro, has said the Portugal captain must play for Sporting CP before she dies.


However, if Ronaldo who only returned to Manchester United this summer fails to do so, she expects his son Cristiano “Cristianinho” Ronaldo Jr to fulfill her dream.

Aveiro is a huge Sporting fan and wants her family member to wear the green and white stripes once again.


“Ronaldo has to come back here [to Sporting], for me he’d be here.


“He likes to watch Sporting’s games. I’ve already told him: ‘Son, before I die I want to see you return to Sporting’.


“‘Let’s see…’, he said, but if it isn’t [him], it’s Cristianinho! At his age, he plays better than Ronaldo. At the time, Ronaldo didn’t have a coach, but today Ronaldo is his son’s teacher,” Aveiro said on the ADN de Leao podcast. Dialypost

11:02

C Ronaldo’s son joins Man United academy after dad’s return





Cristiano Ronaldo Jr joined up with the Manchester United academy while his father has returned to the club he left 12 years ago.

It comes as the Portugal international put on a performance on his second debut for the Red Devils against Newcastle, Mirror UK reports.

Ronaldo scored the opener and went on to grab another in a 4-1 win over the Magpies in front of a raucous Old Trafford crowd.

They did not stop singing the 36-year-old’s name throughout the contest while Bruno Fernandes and Jesse Lingard also got on the scoresheet in sublime fashion.
But he is not the only Ronaldo at the club, with the five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s son also turning up to training.

Cristiano Ronaldo Jr has turned up to United training along with Nemanja Matic’s son

The youngster was pictured alongside United star Nemanja Matic’s son on his way to training.

This is not the first time Ronaldo Jr has turned up to work with his dad, doing the same while at Juventus.

And if any of Ronaldo’s talent has been passed down to his son, he is in for a brilliant and long career.

Just days after the youngster turned nine, he made his debut for Juve where he scored four goals. Punchng
00:51

EPL: Solskjaer issues warning to those saying C Ronaldo is old




Manchester United boss, Gunnar Solskjaer has told Cristiano Ronaldo’s critics that the Portuguese is even excited by the talks about his age.


Many football fans believe that Ronaldo, 36, is now too old to play for Manchester United and to be paid the weekly wages he will receive at Old Trafford.


The 36-year-old left Juventus and has returned to Manchester United where he spent six years earlier in his career.


The Red Devils confirmed a deal had been struck with Juventus on Friday that will see the four-time Ballon D’Or winner join the side.


The formalities of the transfer are yet to be concluded and the Portugal captain was unable to make his debut at Wolves on Sunday.


“Of course we’re excited by the whole story Cristiano has had at Manchester United,” Solskjaer told reporters.


“The players are excited…

“I’m sure he likes all the talk about ‘he’s too old’. Make it personal and he will show what he can do.” Dailypost

02:58

EPL: Manchester City rejects deal to sign C Ronaldo



Premier League champions, Manchester City have rejected the opportunity to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus this summer, according to L’Equipe.


This is despite Juventus demanding just €25 million (£21m) for the Portugal captain.


Although the former Real Madrid star denied this in a statement last week, multiple reports in Europe are insisting that Ronaldo is pushing to leave the Italian club before the transfer deadline.


Ronaldo’s agent, Jorge Mendes, is said to be currently in Manchester as he also represents City midfielder, Bernardo Silva, who is looking to leave Man City this summer.


L’Equipe reports that Mendes is attempting to engineer a swap deal which would see Silva join Juventus, while Ronaldo heads in the opposite direction to City.


However, the Italian giants are understood to be holding out for a €25m (£21m) fee for Ronaldo in addition to the swap deal and City are said to have no interest in meeting that valuation.


The Times also reports that Pep Guardiola’s side are reluctant to make Ronaldo one of their highest earners at the club given his current earnings at Juventus.


City are still focusing on signing England captain, Harry Kane before the transfer deadline. Dailypost

21:16

Morata overtakes Torres and joins C Ronaldo to make history with dramatic late equaliser against Italy



Alvaro Morata put his name in history books as his dramatic late equaliser against Italy saw him surpass Fernando Torres while leveling Cristiano Ronaldo for a Euros record.


Morata's stunning goal came in the 80th minute of Tuesday's Euro 2020 semi-final against Italy with the Azzurri up 1-0 thanks to a goal from Federico Chiesa.


But, after receiving a pass from Dani Olmo, Morata capped a stunning sequence with a perfect finish, making history while also sending the game to extra time.


What did Morata's goal mean?


In addition to keeping Spain's Euros hopes alive, it also saw the oft-criticised Morata move past Torres.


The goal was Morata's sixth career strike at the Euros, surpassing Torres, who was previously Spain's top scorer at the competition with five.


6 - Alvaro Morata (6 goals) has scored more goals at the European Championships than any other Spain player, overtaking Fernando Torres' five goals. Answer. #EURO2020 #ITA #ESP https://t.co/5nhgllTGBS


— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) July 6, 2021


Morata also became the second player to score three or more goals in multiple Euros, joining Cristiano Ronaldo, who has done so at three separate tournaments.

In addition, Morata, who did not start on Tuesday, became the first-ever Spanish player to score for both club and country at Wembley Stadium.


The night didn't end well for Morata though, as he missed a vital spot kick in a shootout that helped Italy advance to the final with a win on penalties.


A difficult tournament for Morata


Morata has been the subject of intense criticism throughout the tournament, with that vitriol often being taken to inappropriate levels.


The striker revealed that he and his family received death threats during the group stage, adding that he couldn't sleep after seeing people say they wanted his children to die as a result of his performances for Spain.


But Morata's goal on Tuesday was his third of the tournament, with the striker also scoring against Poland and Croatia. (GOAL)

00:17

Farewell to Juventus? C Ronaldo takes his entire fleet of luxury cars out of Turin




Rumours have continued to swirl that Cristiano Ronaldo will depart Juventus this summer, and images of his entire fleet of luxury cars being taken out of Turin has done little to detract from those reports.

The likes of Real Madrid, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Sporting CP have all been touted as potential destinations for the 36-year-old, but nothing has advanced past paper talk at present.

The website Per Sempre Calcio have released a video in which the operators of a transport company are seen putting some of Cristiano Ronaldo's luxury cars in Italy on a truck.

According to the Italian website, the Lisbon-based company Rodo Cargo put seven vehicles on the truck and transported them out of Turin to an as yet unknown location. (Amp.marca.com)
00:10

Juventus vs Napoli: What C Ronaldo said after winning Italian Super Cup





Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, has said that he was very happy to win his fourth title in Italy after his team defeated Napoli 2-0 in the Italian Super Cup final on Wednesday night.

Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata scored the two goals for Juventus against Napoli at Stadio Città del Tricolore in Reggio Emilia, Italy.


Reacting, Ronaldo, in a tweet via his Twitter handle after the game, also hailed his Juventus teammates for winning the Italian Super Cup.

The Portugal captain tweeted: “Very happy with my 4th title in Italy… We are back!

“This is the Juve we love, this is the team we trust and this is the spirit that will lead to the wins we want! Well done, guys! Fino Alla Fine!”

Ronaldo will now hope to lead Juventus to victory when they host Bologna in the Serie A in their next fixture on Sunday. Dailypost
03:44

Coronavirus: C Ronaldo makes demand, sends message to Rugani, others

   

   
Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo has called on everyone to follow the advice of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the governing bodies on how to control the spread of Coronavirus.

The 35-year-old also wished his teammate, Daniele Rugani a speedy recovery after the defender was tested positive for Coronavirus.

Ronaldo, who is currently in insolation in Portugal, reiterated the thoughts of many and maintained that human life comes first before anything.
   

   
Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has become a global problem with Europe now at the centre of the outbreak.

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Major sporting competition has now been put on hold in a bid to prevent the spread of the dreaded disease.

Ronaldo, in a series of tweets on his official Twitter page on Friday, said: “The world is going through a challenging moment which demands the utmost care and attention from all of us.

“I speak to you today not as a footballer player, but as a son, father, a human being concerned with the latest developments that are affecting the whole world.
   

   
“It is essential we all follow the advice of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the governing bodies on how we handle this current situation.

“Protecting human life must come above any other interests.

“I would like to send my thoughts to everyone who has lost someone close to them, my solidarity to those who are fighting the virus, like my teammate Daniele Rugani, and my continued support to the amazing health professionals putting their own lives at risk to help save others.” Dailypost
00:00

C Ronaldo- I hope to return to Madrid soon


The Portuguese superstar admitted that he misses the Spanish capital at an awards ceremony Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has said he "hopes to return to Madrid soon" as he received the Marca Leyenda award.

The Portuguese superstar spent a decade at Real Madrid, where he won four of his five Ballons d’Or and four Champions Leagues, as well as two La Liga crowns and two Copa del Rey titles, scoring a whopping 450 goals in just 438 games for the club.

He moved to Italy with the Bianconeri last summer in search of a new challenge, but he admits that he misses the Spanish capital and felt sad to leave Los Blancos as he received the prestigious Marca Leyenda award in Madrid.

"I felt sorry when I left Real Madrid,” Ronaldo said at the awards ceremony.

"I miss both [Manchester and Madrid] but because of life's circumstances I have lived more years in Madrid, my children and my girl were born here, so I miss Madrid more.

"This trophy will be in a very nice place in my museum. Madrid is special, I travel a lot but there are few cities like Madrid. Much of this award is derived from what I did in Madrid. It is a Spanish trophy and leaves me very honoured. Thanks to all those who have helped me to achieve it. It is a pride for me. And I hope to return to Madrid soon.”

Ronaldo also opened up on his ambitions as a child, the title that he treasures most, and his Champions League hopes for the coming season.

"I never thought about [reaching this level]. My dream was always [just] to be a professional player.

"All titles are important but possibly [the 2016 European Championship] because it is special. It is not the same, when you win something for your country and you know that it is more difficult, it is the most important thing in my career."

“I don't know [if I will win the Champions League this year with Juventus]. We will try, as always. Hopefully Juventus wins."


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