Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Ronaldo will stay at Madrid: Solgado

Ronaldo will stay at Madrid: Solgado

Bale and Ronaldo have been club-mates since 2013 and were part of the Madrid squad that won the Champions League and La Liga titles last season, although the Wales international's contribution was once more disrupted by injury - including an ankle problem which nearly robbed him of a place in the Champions League final in his home city of Cardiff.

CRISTIANO RONALDO is happy at Real Madrid and does not want to leave, according to Fernando Morientes.

"Last year, the pain made it hard for me to stay fit".

Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a return to his former club but Morientes does not see a move happening.

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"I can still play football very well, when I am at the maximum I will give the best again, I signed a long contract in Madrid and I am happy in this club".

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"I'm happy playing in Madrid, logically interest is interest, but if there has been nothing concrete, no offer, then there is nothing to discuss".

Bale said he was fully focused on making use of Madrid's preseason camp at UCLA to be as ready as possible for the new season, having struggled with calf muscle issues throughout his four years at Madrid. "You can not avoid these injuries in football when someone kicks your ankle", he said. I have no clue about what's going to happen, ' Bale told Spanish outlet Marca.

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Ronaldo has helped Real win the Champions League thrice, scoring twice in May's final as they became the first club to retain the title, and he is also the competition's record goal scorer with 105 strikes.

When pressed on whether he expects Ronaldo to stay, he added: "Well, you'll have to ask him". "Now I need to make myself strong to try and avoid these injuries".

Dermot Corrigan is a Madrid-based football writer who covers La Liga and the Spain national team for ESPN FC.

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