Home
Prediction League
Fixtures
Results
News
Features
Premier League
EPL Home
Latest
Clubs
Stadiums
Friends
Blogs
Football League
World Cup 2014
Europe
Euro Football Home
Latest
Russian Premier
Bundesliga
Ligue 1
La Liga
Football Italiano
International
International Home
Latest
World Cup 2010
Euro 2012 Stadiums
Euro 2012
Denmark 2011
AFCON 2013
Betting
About Us
Advertising
Write for us
Privacy
Recruitment
newswriter
Twitter
Contact Us
 
 

Man City and Chelsea alerted after Ronaldo reveals unhappiness at Real Madrid


Bookmark and Share

By Andrew Tuft

Tuesday 04 September 2012

Premier League duo Manchester City and Chelsea were made to sit up and take notice when Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid’s former Manchester United winger, revealed he was unhappy with certain issues at his current club, the Daily Mail has reported.



Ronaldo scored twice for Madrid in La Liga over the weekend but did not celebrate his goals either time, later acknowledging that his lack of joy at bagging a brace was down to “sadness”. The Portugal captain added that there were people at Madrid who understood why he was sad and declined to elaborate any further on the matter.


As speculation grows as to what it is that concerns Ronaldo the Mail suggests that the handful of clubs who could afford to meet the player’s £100m buyout clause - City, Chelsea and French side Paris Saint-Germain, all teams funded by oil money - are monitoring the situation closely. As well as the large fee, the newspaper adds, bidding for Ronaldo - if he were to leave Spain - would start with wages of £1m a month.


See what the expert tipsters at OLBG are tipping on Moldova v England



Related Articles


» 

Lampard to complete New York move

» 

Bruce: Hull captain Davies going nowhere

» 

Looking for a job in football? Submit your CV now

» 

Martinez set to reveal new Everton signings

» 

Liverpool step up Bertrand chase

» 

Get your Premier League tickets with World Ticket Shop

» 

Fabregas - time was right to move

 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

Name

Email Address *

Comments


Please enter code on left.


Terms & Conditions

* A valid email is required to submit a comment. Your email will not be displayed on this or any other website, nor will it be passed to any 3rd parties. For more information please see the terms and conditions.



0 Comments


No Comments have been posted yet


 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

Premier League Football News


ArsenalAston VillaChelseaEvertonFulhamLiverpoolManchester CityManchester UtdNewcastle UtdNorwich City
ReadingQueens Park RangersSouthamptonStoke CitySunderlandSwansea CityTottenham HotspurWest Bromwich AlbionWest HamWigan Athletic

 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
  
 

 
 
 
 

Kick Football News