Cristiano Ronaldo
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Cristiano Ronaldo threw his future as a Real Madrid player into serious doubt following his side’s triumph over Liverpool in the Champions League final on Saturday night.

Ronaldo had very little impact on the final itself, but finished Los Blancos’ third consecutive Champions League win as top-goalscorer, five clear of nearest challenger Roberto Firmino.

The Portuguese is arguably the frontrunner for the Ballon D’Or. If he wins the accolade, he will overtake Lionel Messi’s tally. You’d think that he would be relatively happy with life at the Santiago Bernabeu, but that does not appear to be the case.

Speaking after the Champions League final, Ronaldo surprised everyone by using it as a chance to express his discontent. He’s quoted by the BBC saying:

“In the next few days I’ll give an answer to the fans. It was beautiful to be at Real Madrid. The future of any Madrid player is not important; we have just made history.”

Especially without the pull of Champions League football, attracting Ronaldo would be extremely difficult. However, a player of his calibre only comes on the market once in a blue moon.

If Eden Hazard pushed for a move to Real Madrid this summer, should we attempt to bring Ronaldo in the opposite direction? What do you think, Blues?

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Hazard stays. Buying the Portugese star is an extravagant transfer

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We need Ronaldo’s ego at The Bridge like we need AVB back! But have no fear, it won’t happen. Roman wouldn’t shell out the wages that would be required, let alone the transfer fee. Remember, this isn’t 2006 any more. Every player we sign these days needs sell on value.