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FilGoal | News | AS: Ronaldo’s return to Real Madrid is an impossible dream

The name Cristiano Ronaldo is once again associated with Real Madrid, where he spent the most successful 9 years of his career, after his contract with Manchester United was terminated this week.

However, the Spanish newspaper “AS”, and in a report edited by Thomas Roncero, categorically denied the possibility of Ronaldo returning to the Spanish league champion.

Roncero, who is close to the Meringue administration, made it clear that Ronaldo will not return to Real Madrid, and that Florentino Perez’s administration did not and will not plan to recruit him.

The report indicated that Real Madrid officials appreciate Ronaldo’s history, the club’s historic top scorer, but do not see him as part of the new sports project.

Ronaldo’s name emerged as a potential supporter of the offensive line in light of the frequent injuries of captain Karim Benzema, the last of which kept him from participating in the 2022 World Cup dream.

However, the AS newspaper, for its part, stressed that the issue of Benzema’s recovery from his injury is going well within the sports facilities of Real Madrid.

The newspaper pointed out the possibility of Carlo Ancelotti relying on Benzema in the first match after the end of the international break against Valladolid on December 30.

The report said, without a doubt, that “the dream of Ronaldo’s return to Real Madrid is impossible to achieve, and that this is a final decision and there is no turning back.”

Ronaldo, 37, is Real Madrid’s all-time top scorer, with 450 goals scored in 438 matches between 2009 and 2018.

Ronaldo won 15 different titles with Real Madrid, most notably the European Champions League 4 times.

Ronaldo entered into bitter disputes with his former club, Manchester United, especially on the sidelines of his fiery video interview with journalist Morgan Pierce.

Manchester United announced the termination of Ronaldo’s contract by mutual consent, leaving him free to move to a new club, starting next January.

Ronaldo is currently participating in the 2022 World Cup with his country, Portugal, and is seeking to add the absent star to his record.

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