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Monday, 29 September 2008

Real Madrid Give Up On Manchester United And Ronaldo AGAIN !!

Real Madrid’s sports director Pedja Mijatovic has hinted the Spanish giants have given up on trying to sign Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo for now.

The La Liga outfit chased the Portuguese winger all summer and the 23-year-old was initially tempted to move to the Bernabeu after winning the Champions League and Premier League with United last season.

But Ronaldo decided to stay at Old Trafford and Mijatovic says he doubts Real will renew their interest in him.

Mijatovic told AS: 'He is a professional who was trained in Manchester, who owes much to the club and (manager Sir Alex) Ferguson.
'He never said clearly: 'I want to go to Madrid'.

But at least now, finally, it's all over and we can look forward to CR7 winning the FIFA World Player Of The Year now. He does have a very, very good chance according to the great Eusebio. The Portuguese legend is certain Cristiano Ronaldo will scoop the FIFA world player of the year prize in December.

Ronaldo is expected to start his first Champions League game since last May's final triumph over Chelsea in Moscow when Manchester United tackle Danish minnows Aalborg looking to record their first win of the current campaign.

The 23-year-old has only just returned from ankle surgery but already he has shot to the top of United's goalscoring charts, netting against Middlesbrough before taking advantage of Rob Styles' generosity by converting the Red Devils' controversial penalty in Saturday's win over Bolton at Old Trafford.

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