Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Cristiano Ronaldo Can't Stop Smiling As Son Scores With Stunning Strike

Cristiano Ronaldo Can't Stop Smiling As Son Scores With Stunning Strike

"What I can say is that we will do the same [of Euro 2016] fight to the end always keeping hope that in football everything is possible", Ronaldo - Portugal's most capped player and leading scorer - continued.

Per Goal's Chris Burton, speculation about the pair is rife, with Neymar linked to Real Madrid throughout his entire stay with Paris Saint-Germain, whom he joined from Barcelona previous year.

That, though, was to prove the Madrid man's greatest contribution in his milestone match, with opposition goalkeeper Abdelkader Salhi offering able resistance to the 33-year-old.

Were the Portuguese to leave this summer, PSG and Manchester United would be seen as the immediate favourites. "Cristiano must make the decision to continue, if he wants to, or not".

"Along with this Ronaldo is not happy with the priority that is being given towards bringing in Neymar and Zidane's departure was another blow as little by little he has lost allies at the club like Pepe, Coentrao and James Rodriguez", the publication further stated.

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Mr Savona, an 81-year-old economist, had said previously that Italy should have a contingency plan to abandon the euro. The government will be formally handed over later on Friday and a confidence vote will take place later on this week.

Mourinho isn't looking for top-class competition for Romelu Lukaku and Ronaldo would likely join the club as a central striker, so doesn't fit the billing.

Ronaldo reportedly fears the Brazilian is being signed as his replacement.

The five-time Ballon d'Or victor will be hoping to add to that tally in Russian Federation. The signings of Fred and Diogo Dalot could go some way to solving those respective problems and Pogba could thrive in a more expansive system; but of course so could Ronaldo.

Sadly for United fans, they may never see Ronaldo playing for the Red Devils ever again. Madrid are not open to the possibility of extending Ronaldo's current contract given that he turns 34 next February and is on a steady decline.

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