Real Madrid without Cristiano Ronaldo is unimaginable - Marco Asensio

Florence Fletcher
June 8, 2018

Los Blancos are yet to announce who will replace the Frenchman at Real, but reports in Spain have linked the club with Antonio Conte, Mauricio Pochettino and Massimiliano Allegri.

Ronaldo continued to defy the passing of time last term as he netted 15 goals in Real's third successive Champions League-winning campaign, while he also returned 26 goals in 27 La Liga games.

Meanwhile, United continue to be linked with a move for his Madrid teammate Gareth Bale.

The player is reportedly upset with Real Madrid's president, Florentino Perez, as he feels that he's being pushed out of the door because they won't improve his contract.

These kind of stories tend to do the rounds every couple of summers but this time, taking Ronaldo's age into account, we could finally see the star moving on from the Bernabeu to embark on a new challenge.

Ronaldo is said to have suggested this following last month's Champions League final which his team Real Madrid won.

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Ronaldo has had nine seasons at the Bernabeu and has enjoyed tremendous success after leaving United in 2009.

"We all want Ronaldo to stay and Neymar has our doors wide open, Madrid always have to find the best players and I think Neymar will play for Real Madrid one day".

Mohamed Salah can build on his fantastic debut campaign at Liverpool to match superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, according to teammate Andy Robertson.

Los Blancos are angered by Ronaldo's constant tantrums and have chose to let him go.

It'll probably end up with Ronaldo signing a bumper new deal as the whole situation bears a lot of similarities to the summer of Euro 2016 when Ronaldo played up a move before the tournament.

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