Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale score twice in Real Madrid rout of Depor

Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale score twice in Real Madrid rout of Depor

Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale score twice in Real Madrid rout of Depor

His performance in that game was clouded by boos from the Parc des Princes crowd when he stepped up to take a penalty to score his fourth goal. Perez had previously asked the interested clubs to pay Ronaldo's release clause of €1 billion for the deal to go through but the president is now ready to sell him for £88m.

"We're without two centre-backs at the moment and I'm not happy about it".

Under pressure Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane on Saturday described Neymar, a rumoured transfer target for the European champions, as a "great player who everyone loves".

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Fortunately for Ronaldo, he's the sort of player who doesn't care about his looks.

Jurgen Klopp, however, has made no mention of Bale as a potential target, nor has the Welshman made any indication of a desire to join the Reds. The easy win followed a series of poor results that all but ended Madrid's title chances.

'If something needs to be talked about, it's always with the club. Everyone knows I wanted to sign him.

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Real Madrid are having one of their most deceiving seasons in a long time as they are now ranked fifth in La Liga and now aren't in a position to make the Uefa Champions league next year. The Spanish champions were in danger of losing three successive league games at home for the first time in their history, but rediscovered their touch in front of goal to secure an emphatic victory.

Madrid's fourth was exquisite, Cristiano Ronaldo flicking the ball into space inside the D, fully aware that Luka Modric was arriving to deliver a attractive sidefoot finish into the bottom corner for his first La Liga goal of the season.

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