Ronaldo and Neymar could play for Madrid together - Marcelo

Tyler Owen
June 10, 2018

But one of the Portuguese star's closest friends Marcelo made sure that there would be no animosity between the pair if Neymar joined Real Madrid. He had said: "it was very nice to be at Real Madrid".

They claim that Ronaldo is unhappy with the unfulfilled promises from club president Florentino Perez, and has finally made a decision about his future.

"Neymar will always have open doors at Real Madrid".

Meanwhile, Real full-back Marcelo said he is hopeful of Neymar playing for the La Liga club and that that there is place for both the Brazilian striker and Ronaldo at the club. "There's no such thing as Neymar not being there because Cristiano is there. It is hard to be at a better place than Madrid, the best club in the world, but life is not just about glory".

Ronaldo is now with the Portugal team ahead of the World Cup.

"It concerns me that Cristiano could leave Real Madrid because he's one of the stars of the league and I'd like him to be in it", Tebas told Sport.

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"I just don't know if you get it because of the titles you've won, the season you've completed or just how good you are as a player".

"Many times, what you want or what you are going to be doesn't depend only on you but on other factors that so many don't realise", he said, per the Express.

Ronaldo, who hit 15 goals in Real's Champions League-winning campaign after a slow start, starred during Portugal's 3-0 win over Algeria in their pre-World Cup warm-up in Lisbon on June 7.

Economic issues is not the problem for the 33-year-old forward but a lack of recognition, leaving Ronaldo to look at Serie A, Ligue 1 or the Premier League as his potential destinations.

The latest speculation over Ronaldo's future was kicked off by Madrid's all-time record goalscorer talking about his time at the club in the past tense moments after the final whistle of last May's third consecutive Champions League final victory.

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