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Real Madrid set £174.5m asking price on Cristiano Ronaldo

Spanish giants Real Madrid have placed a £174.5m price tag on the head of Cristiano Ronaldo, who is eyeing a shock exit from the Bernabeu.

The Portugal international is reportedly distraught over tax fraud allegations in Spain, and he has made an irreversible decision to leave the European champions.

Real Madrid could permit striker’s sale before the end of the week

Spain international Alvaro Morata is reportedly on the cusp of leaving Real Madrid with Manchester United hot on the trail of his signature.

The 24-year-old faced a frustrating spell on his Los Blancos comeback last term as he played second fiddle to Karim Benzema for most of the campaign. Morata was initially tipped to leave the European champions following their decision to activate the buy-back clause while at Juventus, but the player opted to fight for his place in Madrid instead.


Real Madrid are set to play Isco ahead of Gareth Bale in the forthcoming Champions League, according to reports in Spain.

The reports say the players want Isco who has been impressive of late to get the nod ahead of the Welsh star.


Once in a while as a football fan, you get to meet players who leave you with the question: “why are their clubs keeping them?”

You see players who serve nothing more than injury time substitutions mostly for time wasting purposes and given a little stretch, cup appearances which enable important players conserve energy for the matches that count.

Seeing such players however on your starting lineup with you needing to win your all two remaining matches do sink hearts, raise pulses of they with little faith and generally leave spectators at literarily the edge of their seats for 90 minutes. That is Danilo for Real Madrid fans.

Cristiano Ronaldo Pays Tribute to Zinedine Zidane’s Managerial Skills

Cristiano Ronaldo has paid tribute to the managerial skills of Zinedine Zidane, as the Frenchman is close to guiding Real Madrid to their first league title since the 2011-12 campaign.

The Spanish club have been going through a major doubt in terms of the domestic honours, despite lifting the Champions League twice in the last three years. Carlo Ancelotti was responsible for ending their long wait for success in this competition, and it helped with the 10th major honour in European Cup history. Zidane managed to take the club even further by helping them win the title last season, while he is on the course of becoming the first manager in Champions League history to retain the title.

C.Ronaldo pushes Real Madrid to the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League

The 2nd leg of the UEFA Champions League battle between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich was held on April 18 of 2017 and the Spanish club came out on top with a 4-2 which was more than enough for the team of Zinedine Zidane to advance into the semifinals of the European football competition.

Cristiano Ronaldo secured a hat-trick in this match as the Portuguese player scored 3 times while Marcos Asensio was also able to find the back of the net. Bayern Munich tried to make a comeback and stay alive with Robert Lewandowski scoring a penalty set-piece and an own goal of Sergio Ramos kept the hope of Bayern Munich alive but they failed to score any other goal and the aggregate scoreboard showed 6-3 with Real Madrid emerging victorious.

Bale on Ancelotti

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has praised Carlo Ancelotti for his contribution to Real Madrid.

He said that he is one of the best managers that he has worked with and that he will be forever grateful for what he has done for him.

Indeed it was Carlo Ancelotti who brought Gareth Bale to Real Madrid, and he paid £86million to sign the player from Premier League club Tottenham Hotspurs.

James Rodriguez Only Concentrating on Doing Well Each Game

James Rodriguez says that he is only concentrating on doing well whenever he is given the opportunity.

The Colombian international was linked with a move away from Real Madrid during the January transfer window. He did not seem to be in the plans of manager Zinedine Zidane, despite having cost the club an incredible £ 75 million from Monaco during the regime of Carlo Ancelotti. He has featured in only 13 league matches this season. However, he played a crucial role in the club’s 4-1 win over Eibar during the weekend. Rodriguez came up with a brilliant goal in the second half to provide a convincing look to the score.

Real Madrid’s Isco’s future is up in the air

Is Isco’s time in Real Madrid nearing it’s end? That’s the question that many people are starting to ask themselves as the Spanish midfielder on various occasions has expressed his displeasure with his current situation at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Isco has been performing with Real Madrid since June of 2013 as the Spanish player became the first signing of Carlo Ancelotti with a price tag of €30 million. During his very 1rst season as a player of Real Madrid, he was an off and on player as Isco did get plenty time on the pitch and on a consistent basis too but it was fairly rare to see him perform during the entirety of a match as he was regularly subbed off or entered the pitch as a substitute player.


Haven made clear their pursuit of glory in the Europe’s biggest soccer contest, the hierarchy at PSG reacted to their three consecutive quarter-final exit in the Champions League by relieving Laurent Blanc of his managerial duties despite his exploits in the domestic scene.

Thus, Unai Emery who led Sevilla to three successive Europa League triumphs was drafted in to replicate the same impact at the capital club. This season has been much tighter, and to be honest, much more entertaining, but it brings into question the appointment of the manager, a second nature to Laurent Blanc’s tenure. The team is less effiecient and altogether seems to be a step below last year’s team.