Ronaldo Unhappy At Madrid’s Decisions

ronaldoReal Madrid super star Cristiano Ronaldo’s decision to stay mum about his team president’s decision during the transfer has backfired mostly because he did not really stay mum.

Instead, the 29-year-old forward clearly insinuated he was not happy with President Florentino Perez’s decisions.

Talking to reporters at on Monday, Ronaldo said: “I have my very clear opinion, but I must calculate and I cannot always say what I think because tomorrow I will be on the front page of the papers and I do not want that… But if I was in charge, maybe I would not do things like that.

The most significant change saw midfielder standout Angel Di Maria of Argentina leave for Manchester United for a record $99 million. In another surprise, Real decided to trade Spanish star Xabi Alonso to Bayern Munich for around $13 million. Real Madrid made the deals to help afford the $140 million-plus it spent to acquire World Cup stars James Rodriguez of Colombia, Toni Kroos of Germany and Keylor Navas of Costa Rica. The UEFA’s “Best Player of the Year” knows it will affect how the team, which took the Champions League title last season, will play on the pitch. He continued. “It will change. They are different players, it could change for the better or the worse. “I hope it is for the better.”

Rodriguez and Kroos are very good players and should adapt well and help the team to be successful. Obviously Di Maria and Xabi are very important players, but we have others and we are happy with those who are here. I am sure that things will go well and the team will be at a very high level.”

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