Real May Re-Ignite Ronaldo Chase

Ronaldo Saga Begins

Ronaldo Saga Begins

Real Madrid’s quest to sign Manchester United star striker Cristiano Ronaldo could gain impetus because of Wesley Sneijder’s injury, Madrid defender Michel Salgado said. Don’t know why Salgado had to say anything on this matter but it’s ok. Senior Player, wants to let people know what he thinks about the whole situation which I think can cost Real Madrid a lot.

 

I hope Sniejder recovers as early as possible because Guti does not always perform whenever he has been given a chance from the start, He is more like a super sub as we all saw couple of times last season where Guti just came on and changed games through his superior technique on the ball and his passing range.

 

Anyway, Sneijder suffered serious knee ligament damage in Real’s Emirates Cup friendly defeat to Arsenal which could sideline him for up to six months, meaning the Bernabeu outfit will miss his creativity in midfield.

Real Madrid Definitely need a player now, is Ronaldo the answer?

Real Madrid Definitely need a player now, is Ronaldo the answer?

 

Real Madrid have been continually linked with the Portugal winger since the end of last season, despite Manchester United’s insistence that he is not for sale and their complaint to FIFA over Real’s pursuit of the player which led to nothing as Blatter is a Madridistasas wellhaha, hye I mean that in the most positive sense.

Wesley Sneijder left the field on a stretcher after an hour following a heavy challenge by Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby as Real Madrid went down 1-0 because Salgado conceded a penalty and Adebayor stepped up to score the only goal of the game, a result which handed the trophy to Hamburg, who beat Juventus 3-0 earlier in the day.

Salgado lets his opinion known to all

Salgado lets his opinion known to all

 

Salgado insists he does not know anything about the progress of the transfer but believes the club could now attempt to force the issue with United.

“We (the players) don’t know anything about it,” he said. “It’s aproblemfortheclub-for(sporting