Cristiano Ronaldo and the never ending saga

Cristiano Ronaldo and the never ending saga

Cristiano Ronaldo believes Liverpool sensation Mohamed Salah is a genuine contender to break his and Lionel Messi's decade-long dominance of the Ballon d'Or.

Real Madrid became the first team to win three on the trot, and Ronaldo now has five Champions League medals to show for - four with the Los Blancos, and one with former club, Manchester United.

Since Cristiano Ronaldo's explosive statements regarding a possible exit from Real Madrid, headlines have once again focused on him in what is becoming a regular saga.

Mohamed Salah arrived in Russian Federation to a grand reception which even five-time Ballon d'Or holders Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi didn't get.

"I hope his injury in the final in Kiev doesn't keep him out", Ronaldo added.

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Salah finished the season with 43 goals in all competitions after the Egypt global netted 10 times to help Liverpool FC reach the Champions League showpiece.

"To win the World Cup would be a dream for Portugal but to do it we have to play the same way we did in Euro 2016, as a team and all together".

"It's perfectly normal, however Portugal were the champions of Europe because of the group, not its individuals".

Both will be at the World Cup this summer with Griezmann part of the France squad who will kick off their campaign against Australia on June 16 before going up against Peru and Denmark.

That is a decidedly different take from Ronaldo, who has proclaimed himself to be the greatest player in the history of the game, and who may not like his new coach appearing to favor his rival.

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