Cristiano Ronaldo return to Real Madrid 'possible': Details hereLast updated on Mar 16, 2021, 01:22 pm
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has opened the door to Cristiano Ronaldo returning to the club.
The Frenchman admitted a comeback is "possible" for the legendary footballer.
Zidane was asked by Sky Italia that if there is any truth to rumors that Ronaldo could rejoin Madrid, and he responded: "It's possible, it's possible."
Here we present all the details.
Ronaldo in talks with Real for a return
According to a report is AS, it has been suggested that Ronaldo is in talks with Real Madrid for a return to the Spanish club.
The report also stated that Ronaldo wants a return back to Madrid after three seasons at Juventus.
He had joined Juventus from Real in the summer of 2018 for a sum of £105 million.
Champions League believed to be a reason for Ronaldo's return
One trophy that has eluded Ronaldo after moving to Juventus has been the Champions League.
Ronaldo, who has won five UCL honors in his career, is said to be wanting to add another trophy in his cabinet.
This season saw Juventus bow out of the Champions League round of 16 on away goals against FC Porto.
A look at Ronaldo's career at Real Madrid
Ronaldo won a host of trophies with Real which included four Champions League titles besides two La Liga honors.
He also won 4 FIFA Club World Cups and the same number of UEFA Super Cup trophies.
The player had joined Real from Manchester United in 2009 after in a £80 million deal.
He scored 451 goals and is Real's record goal-scorer.
How has Ronaldo fared for Juventus?
In 122 matches, Ronaldo has scored a staggering 95 goals for Juventus. He is 14th in the list in terms of goals for the Turin club.
He has also netted 75 goals in 87 Serie A games.
The Portuguese international leads the Serie A scoring chart in 2020-21 (23).
Ronaldo has smashed 30 goals in 33 matches for Juventus across competitions this season.
We know the person he is, says Zidane on Ronaldo
Zidane said Real know everything about Ronaldo. "We know Cristiano," Zidane said. "We know the person he is and everything he's done at Real Madrid. But now he's a Juventus player and you have to have respect both him and the club."