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Cristiano Ronaldo will Remain at Real for 2010 – 2011 Season: “I Don’t Like London”

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Jul/03/2011
Cristiano Ronaldo I Don't Like London

Cristiano Ronaldo has decided he will continue playing at Real Madrid for the 2010 – 2011 season in order to win a championship.  And he definitely won’t be playing in London any time soon.

williamhill.com

“I think if I went from Spain it would be to the Premier League – but not now,” he said. “First we have to win the Champions League. If I went back to the ­Premier League it would have to be with a club in the north west. I don’t like London.”

While there has been some difficult times had between Jose Mourhino and Ronaldo, the two have since mended their differences, or so it appears. 

"This ­season we are going to be a big force. Jose Mourhino is staying at Madrid so I stay. If he went to Chelsea then I would have left. I would have gone to Manchester City. But now he’s staying, I’m staying.”

Outside of Real, Man City had the next likely odds of landing Ronaldo at 5 to 1.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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