Marcelo Predicts Neymar Switch, Says Cristiano Ronaldo 'Doesn't Own Real Madrid'

Salah and Robertson

GETTYMohamed Salah Andrew Robertson has hailed his Liverpool team-mate

The Portuguese global helped Real Madrid to four UCL titles in the last five years, and the EURO16 win with Portugal has made him one of the best players the game has ever seen.

However, one former Galactico has issued a stern statement regarding the 33-year-old's decision making if he chooses to leave Madrid. Islam Slimani will be the best chance for Algeria to get something from this match, as his 26 career global goals sit him 4th on the national team's all time scoring list.

After the rumors sparked that Ronaldo would have played his last game for Madrid, Figo made a decision to step in and offer some much-needed advice for the Portuguese captain.

Marcelo has also suggested that Neymar will one day inherit a crown now owned by Ronaldo.

Apple touts privacy features of new operating systems
Onstage, Apple's VP of software Craig Federighi described Safari's new anti-tracking features in unusually confrontational terms. Apple veered from tradition slightly and stuck only to software updates, said Gene Munster, managing partner at Loup Ventures.

PSG aren't likely to let Neymar leave so soon after splashing out €222 million (then worth £200 million) on him-particularly as he missed several months of last season through injury-so Ronaldo would likely be at least 34 before the Brazilian makes his a move to Real.

Ronaldo Jr, nicknamed Cristianinho, seems to have inherited all of his father's genes as he unleashed a stunning strike, reports Express UK.

Portugal begin their World Cup campaign in Sochi against Spain on June 15. They also take on Morocco and Iran.

The long-serving Madrid full-back told reporters while readying himself for World Cup duty alongside Neymar: "Cristiano doesn't own Real Madrid so if the president wants to sign somebody he will do it".

Apple hits hard on privacy, Memoji in new iOS update
Along with ARKit 2 , Apple announced a new app called Measure that lets you measure objects and distances in augmented reality. It'll recognise images in search and provide search suggestions to help you find the events you've captured on your iPhone.

"I think we must think match by match".

"I've never understood the Ballon d'Or criteria", he said.

"Step by step see what will happen, what the competition will bring us and for us is a privilege to represent Portugal's colours [and] represent this nation".

Adriana Garcia is a Valencia-based football writer who covers La Liga for ESPN FC.

'Who's next?' - Man United fans happy after club announced transfer deal
Mourinho loves a midfield terrier and Fred is about to be a red... The Premier League campaign will kick off on Saturday, August 11.

Latest News