Published: Sun, June 10, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Marcelo: Ronaldo doesn't own Real Madrid, Neymar is welcome at Bernabeu

Marcelo: Ronaldo doesn't own Real Madrid, Neymar is welcome at Bernabeu

"But we can overcome (Cristiano's exit) because LaLiga is more important than any club or player".

It could also spell the end of Cristiano Ronaldo's stay at Los Blancos as there is uncertainty whether the club would be capable of paying both his and Neymar's wages. And Real Madrid's doors are always open for Neymar. Frustration over stalled contract talks is at the root of things, but the sentiment of deciding his future "in the next few days" has now stretched a couple weeks.

Spanish daily AS reports that Ronaldo's agent, Jorge mendes, will meet with the Madrid hierarchy again on Thursday.

Cristiano Ronaldo really knows how to steal someone's thunder, he'd definitely have slept with Rachel the day that Chandler and Monica got engaged, and he did it perfectly after the final whistle at the Champions League final.

The latest speculation over Ronaldo's future was kicked off by Madrid's all-time record goalscorer talking about his time at the club in the past tense moments after the final whistle of last May's third consecutive Champions League final victory.

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The long-serving Madrid full-back told reporters while readying himself for World Cup duty alongside Neymar: "Cristiano doesn't own Real Madrid so if the president wants to sign somebody he will do it". The newspaper also alleged that the Real Madrid dressing room had turned on him after the antics in Kiev, which soured what should have been a fantastic evening.

It just so happens that last season Pro Evolution Soccer had to change the cover of its 2018 edition, since it had Neymar still playing for Barcelona.

In the current 4-2-3-1 setup, the double-pivot stays deep and full-backs do not tend to stretch play, so opposing teams were able to crowd out the four most advanced players.

"If we find a way to build a structure around him, so he can show all his talent on the pitch, I think we have a key player to win our games".

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