Cristiano Ronaldo responds to Isco saying Real Madrid aren't 'crying' about him

Cristiano Ronaldo responds to Isco saying Real Madrid aren't 'crying' about him

Cristiano Ronaldo responds to Isco saying Real Madrid aren't 'crying' about him

While the former Spanish national team coach is thought to be pressing ahead with plans for Real's Champions League meeting with Viktoria Plzen on Tuesday, Marca report that Florentino Perez has already drawn up a list of possible replacements.

United conceded a 96th-minute equaliser to draw 2-2 against Mourinho's old side Chelsea in the Premier League at the weekend. "I'm happy to see my contract out to the very last day of that contract and I would like to stay after my contract ends", said Mourinho.

Then there is Asensio, who only has one goal this season, although he is the most recent member of the trident to have seen his name on the scoresheet, having scored the last goal before the team's eight-hour run.

Isco dismissed renewed talk of Ronaldo's importance to Madrid amid the club's slump following five matches without a win.

"No, I am happy here", he said.

Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo has responded to Isco's claims that Real Madrid are not crying over him, saying "it's not for me to talk about the crisis of others".

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Mourinho also opened up on welcoming Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford with Juventus in the Champions League.

The 33-year-old will be making an emotional return to Old Trafford as Juventus will be taking on Manchester United. In my view we have a game that we are looking forward to and we will go about it with total commitment and drive.

Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui is under increasing pressure after five games without a win in all competitions, with a 2-1 defeat to Levante on Saturday leaving Los Blancos seventh in LaLiga.

It took almost four years for Ronaldo to get his next win - in 90 minutes - over a Mourinho team, as his Inter visited Old Trafford in the Champions League and lost 2-0 in March 2009.

"I have been playing with Belgium for 10 years, I have been there since 16 so players know me".

"I don't like this press conference", Mourinho said when asked about the United midfielder.

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