Did you know Real Madrid want Robert Lewandowski to replace Cristiano Ronaldo?
Cristiano Ronaldo is to a great degree media-savvy and just converses with correspondents when he wants to get a particular message crosswise over – more often than not to his present supervisors, Real Madrid. Be that as it may, the Portuguese star landed himself in boiling point water with his disputable post-match remarks after Real Madrid’s 1-0 annihilation to nearby adversaries Atletico on Saturday.
Real Madrid want Robert Lewandowski to replace Cristiano Ronaldo
Ronaldo said Los Blancos would most likely be top of La Liga if whatever remains of his colleagues were at his level – and everything has accordingly gone somewhat insane in the course of recent hours.
By broadsheet – Cristiano’s remarks will hurry his way out from the Bernabeu and a move could now happen as right on time as this mid year. The report includes that Florentino Perez, Real Madrid’s president is tired of the three-time Ballon d’Or victor’s state of mind and want Robert Lewandowski to supplant Cristiano Ronaldo in front of the 2016-17 battle.
Lewandowski, as per a report from the Telegraph a month ago, has his heart set on a move to Real Madrid however was readied to sign another contract at the Allianz Arena if Perez and Zinedine Zidane wanted to stay with the “BBC” – the acronym broadly utilized as a part of Spain for the attacking trio contained Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano.
The circumstance might have changed after Ronaldo’s most recent remarks – in spite of the fact that finding a club arranged to pay the cosmic figures required to sign the 31-year-old could demonstrate troublesome.
Now, it looks like that Perez is pretty clear and want Robert Lewandowski at Real Madrid as his marque signing. Robert Lewandowski scored his 23rd class goal of the season on Saturday. Then again, Ronaldo has for quite some time been connected with an arrival to Old Trafford, and they would be one of only a handful few clubs that could manage the cost of him in the event that he moves on toward the end of the season.