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Ronaldo Unrest

It seems CR7 isn`t at peace with himself.

Furthermore, there are mutterings that Cristiano feels that he isn`t getting the love he deserves down at Real Madrid and that he could be looking to play his football elsewhere.

Naturally, as they always seem to do, the red-top press cites Old Trafford or the Etihad Stadium as possible destinations, but do they seriously reckon that we`d have the gumption to splash out the huge transfer fee and then accommodate his ego driven wage salary?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 4 2012

Time: 4:53PM

Your Comments

Heck his always welcome back to united. Then again, I've always been of the opinion that he should never of left. Doubt we could afford him outright but it might be worth offering Rooney or Nani and some money :P
TheFamousNo7
You guys can't afford him anymore.. fortunately :)
Blue in Colorado
Hmm. Spain raise their top rate of tax to 52%, remove the exemption for footballers and Ronaldo is unhappy...

Coincidence?
fifthcolumnblue
Probably can't afford him but would welcome him back any day have to say the idea to swap him for Rooney plus cash sounds interesting. Would say hopefully loyalty to the club that made him the player he is today would stop any move to city. Unfortunately fcb has a good point it does look like it's a monetary issue but could city even afford him? Heard his buy out clause is absolutely astronomical.
MotorMad
Still reckon him and Madrid will kiss and make up and he'll be smiling again as he breezes another 50+ goals in. Even if he wanted to leave will Madrid let him? He still has 3 years on his contract afterall and I can't see them negotiating unless theirs a player they're interested in involved in any deal. I'll be interested to know what it's all about. I reckon it's a combination of not feeling like an MVP; with Casillas taking that mantel, falling out with some of his team mates and also the monetary issue.
TheFamousNo7
 

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