Cristiano Ronaldo not bothered by Real Madrid future, says Manuel Fernandes

Ronaldo'doesn't look worried about his future

Cristiano Ronaldo not bothered by Real Madrid future, says Manuel Fernandes

Both campaigns ended with a UEFA Champions League title for Real, and Ronaldo played a key role in both trophies, scoring a combined total of 27 goals in Europe's premier competition over the two seasons.

Cristiano Ronaldo believes Liverpool sensation Mohamed Salah is a genuine contender to break his and Lionel Messi's decade-long dominance of the Ballon d'Or.

The Manchester Evening News says Ronaldo is ready to test Manchester United's resolve as he attempts to force his way out of Real Madrid.

Asked about whether Salah can challenge for the Ballon d'Or, Ronaldo said: 'Many people talk about the Cristiano Ronaldo-Messi battle but there are other players who have chances to enter the race. Salah fans in Grozny, Russia, made big banners for their star player as he visited a stadium in the city amidst much fanfare, as they chanted Egyptian's name.

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But the forward is now with the Portugal squad for the World Cup and Fernandes insists that Ronaldo is not letting transfer rumours distract him from the tournament.

With a fifth Champions League crown secured, Ronaldo has set his sights on leading Portugal to more silverware in what will be his fourth World Cup.

Ronaldo and Portugal will take on Spain in their opening match on Friday.

"I hope his injury in the final in Kiev doesn't keep him out", Ronaldo told reporters on Monday, as quoted by KingFut. "I suppose if Spain wins he will be happy, but if Argentina wins he will be happy too".

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