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Ronaldo Slams Critics After Lifting La Liga



Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has slammed his critics after firing Los Blancos to their 33rd La Liga title on Sunday.

The four-time Ballon d’Or winner has found himself in the headlines for various reasons this season, and has admitted he is sick of how the media portrays him sometimes, explaining that he is not happy with the way his private life gets dragged through the public eye as it affects his family.

« People talk about me like I’m a delinquent. I’m no saint but nor am I a devil. People talk about me and do not know a damn thing, » Ronaldo told Marca.

« I do not watch TV because if I did I would not have a life, given how much they talk about me badly in football and outside of football. When people talk about Cristiano, he is wrong.

« Football criticism does not worry me because I know that people are going to be silent there. They always have two stones in their hands when I speak.

« I do not like it because I have a family, a mother, a son, and I do not like being put like the others when they do stupid things. I do not do nonsense. »

The Portuguese forward also hailed everyone involved with his team after they captured the La Liga title on Sunday.

« Since the beginning of the season we have wanted to win the league and we are in luck, » Ronaldo added.

« We have had a spectacular end of the season, the best of recent years. We have had a smarter management, with the help of the coach and the players who have played less. »

The title is Los Blancos’ first La Liga crown since 2012, and they will have an opportunity to add another trophy to their cabinet when they face Juventus in the UEFA Champions League final on 3 June.


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Here is the evolution of Cristiano Ronaldo’s salary from Sporting to Real Madrid!



Time passes for him, even after 30 years, Cristiano Ronaldo improves with the age that is worth it to be always more expensive and to claim, since November 2016 that he signed it, to the highest contract of her career. At 25 million euros net per year paid by Real Madrid, the Portuguese striker is the fifth highest paid player on the planet. To see what others are gaining in China, he could claim much more, but surely he would also lose, especially in image contracts (juicy about him), because of less media exposure.

In Lisbon already, Cristiano Ronaldo had a star status in the making
Still, it happened time, and that water has flowed under the bridge, before CR7 won the football planet. Initially, at Sporting Portugal, however, he had a place already of choice, considered a hope to hatch, the club of Lisbon paid him in the pros, a salary of around one million euros the season. He was only 17 years old. At 18, he plays for Manchester United and nearly 2.9 million euros the season. It will not go to the end of its contract that will extend, for the first time in 2005, to nearly 4.5 million euros the year, then again, in April 2007, for a salary of around 7 million year without the additional premiums.

From Manchester United to Real Madrid, a salary that explodes
After which opens the era of Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo joined the merengue club at the beginning of summer 2009, for a transfer to 94 million euros, at the record time. His first contract, the Portuguese signed it for six years and 12 million euros the season. Two years before its term, it extended it in September 2013, for 17 million euros. With Lionel Messi at 15 million euros in the season, but after Samuel Eto’o at 20 million euros a year, Anji Makhachkala, he is the second highest paid footballer in the world. The first, if we consider the addition of bonuses and receipts of sponsorship. His image brings him nearly 40 million euros gross, the season, constantly increasing.

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Real Madrid: Zidane’s response to tensions between Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo



Present in a press conference before the derby between Atlético and Real on Saturday (20h45), the French technician came back on the tensions between Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Since a few days in Madrid, the rumor swells. The relationship between the two men of the Madrid locker room Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo would deteriorate. In question, a difference of opinion between the two protagonists on the reasons for the disappointing start of the season of the champion of Spain. CR7 explained recently that the departure of some players like Pepe or James Rodriguez could justify this delay ignition. A thesis swept aside by the Spanish captain believing that the argument advanced by Ronaldo did not hold.
An answer that pointed the Portuguese star. To top it off, the Iberian international confided this week that Neymar would certainly be an excellent rookie for Real Madrid. It was enough to rustle the 2016 European Champion with Portugal, and his oversized ego. Present at a press conference this Friday before the Madrid derby against Atlético on Saturday, the coach of Real Zinedine Zidane made a point on the situation. The latter extinguished the fire, saying that everything was going well between the two protagonists.

« Votre question est maline. Je la respecte, mais je ne vais pas vous répondre. Je vous dis la vérité : j’ai deux joueurs qui font partie de l’histoire du club. Les deux savent ce qui est en jeu et ils se respectent beaucoup. Après, ce qu’ils disent, c’est pour vous. A l’intérieur (du vestiaire), nous sommes tranquilles, nous ne pensons qu’au match de demain. Ils ont réglé entre eux ce souci, il n’y a aucun problème désormais entre eux, » a ainsi confié Zidane. Suffisant pour désamorcer la bombe entre les deux hommes ? Premier élément de réponse samedi au Wanda Metropolitano face aux Colchoneros (le match Atletico-Real Madrid est à suivre en live commenté sur FM samedi à partir de 20h45)…

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‘Neymar is a very good player, but I already have the best’



Rumors are rife that Neymar is on Real Madrid’s radar, with the Brazil star possibly in line with Cristiano Ronaldo.

Zinedine Zidane Refused to rule out a bad move to the Negro Real Madrid to the front of this weekend’s LaLiga derby with Atletico Madrid.

The Brazil star became the world’s most expensive player when he swapped Madrid’s Clasico rivals Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain in August.

However, reports have linked the 25-year-old with a return to Spain, at the Santiago Bernabeu, and Zidane conceded anything could happen in the future.

« Neymar is a very good footballer, that’s true, » said Zidane as he prepared for Saturday’s meeting with Atletico.

« I have the best players here at this club and the same goes for the dressing room. You can only work with and focus on the players that are here. As for the future, who knows? »

It was put to the Frenchman that Madrid legend Cristiano Ronaldo may have an issue with having to share the spotlight with Neymar, but the Bernabeu boss was evasive on the matter.

« There’s no debate there really, » he added. « We have to focus on today, on now, who knows what will happen in the future?

« I’m not going to come out and share my views on a player who doesn’t play here. I respect him [Neymar], he’s a good player, and that’s it. »

Neymar has helped PSG climb to the top of the League 1 table, scoring seven goals in eight top-flight outings.

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