Gianluigi Buffon Hails Cristiano Ronaldo Ahead Of Champions League Quarter-Final

Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has hailed Cristiano Ronaldo as an ‘assassin’ ahead of next week’s Champions League quarter-final tie against Real Madrid. The Portugal international had scored in each of his previous 12 games across all competitions before drawing blank for his national side against the Netherlands on Tuesday night.

Real Madrid Ready For PSG

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo said that the team is ready for Paris Saint Germain for the second leg of their Champions League tie. He said that this will be a difficult game and that the players need to be wary of the French side.

Casemiro – Cristiano Ronaldo And Neymar Would Get On Well

Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro believes his Brazilian compatriot Neymar would get on well with Cristiano Ronaldo, should he make the move to the Bernabeu during the summer. The 26-year-old joined Paris Saint-Germain on a world-record deal from Barcelona only nine months ago, but he is already being linked with a surprise exit amid reports of him regretting the transfer.

Paul Merson makes surprise claim on Cristiano Ronaldo's future

Arsenal legend-turned-pundit Paul Merson believes Cristiano Ronaldo will call time on his career in the next couple of years rather than fizzling out until he drops his performance levels. The Portugal international has not been in the best of form since the start of the season, though he has shown signs of his old self since the turn of the year.

Zinedine Zidane reacts to Cristiano Ronaldo's poor performance against Real Betis

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane refused to blame star forward Cristiano Ronaldo after the club succumbed to a surprise 1-0 defeat at the hands of Real Betis.


The La Liga holders have had a slow start to the campaign with two wins and two draws in their opening five games, and this sees them five points adrift of league leaders Barcelona.

Will Ronaldo End His Career At Real Madrid?

A household figure in world football for well over a decade, Cristiano Ronaldo is still doing it on the big stage.

The four-time Ballon d’Or/World Player of the Year award winner will go down in history as one of the greatest players to step onto a football pitch and with good reason. He has managed to hold his own at the top of a very competitive sport for over 10 years – Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have been the two dominant figures in football.

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