Barca not a good place for Brazilian: Ronaldo

"That I have won this demonstrates things are going well and I must thank all the players for this, and the president for giving me the opportunity to be in this position".

According to the Daily Record, Ronaldo is ready to "fight for a move" away from the club as tensions between himself and the club reach a new record low, with the forwards not even wanting to talk to club president, Florentino Perez.

Zinedine Zidane was chosen as best coach for Real Madrid, reports Marca.

Speaking with Juventus icon Alessandro Del Piero in an interview for Sky Sport Italia, Ronaldo said: "For now I'm focused on the pitch".

"I know that when I retire, I'll have a good life". I know the time will come when I'll have to leave, but until then I want to enjoy the moment.

The Brazilian legend spent the 1996/97 season with the Catalan club, scoring 40 goals in 46 appearances before leaving for Inter Milan. "Of course, I remember that he talked also about Juventus, and I was happy because they are an extraordinary club".

For the two clubs most closely linked with the goalscoring machine (PSG and Manchester United), however, his marketing power alone would likely warrant a €100m fee. I want to learn to be a businessman, I started planning my future at 27 or 28 years, a long time ago.

The former Sporting CP ace has scored just four goals in 12 La Liga games - when his end-of-season tally has hit over 25 throughout his spell in Madrid.

The Portugal captain and winner of the 2017 Ballon d'Or, received 159 points, beating Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton (143) and tennis players Roger Federer (124) and Rafa Nadal (113).

  • Ricardo Clara