Cristiano Ronaldo: Real Madrid will win La Liga this season

Cristiano Ronaldo: Real Madrid will win La Liga this season

  • – Real Madrid last won La Liga in 2011-12 season
  • – Blancos have already taken a lead over both Barcelona and Atletico Madrid
  • – Ronaldo states that Zidane’s side will win the domestic crown this season

Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo is sure that Real Madrid will prove to be too stronger than Barcelona and Atletico. It is hard to understand but Real Madrid last wonLa Liga in 2011-12.

However, Real Madrid made a good start to the 2016-17 season. They have already taken a lead over Barca and Atletico.

And Ronaldo said: “I want to win all possible trophies and would love to win La Liga. It is a title that we will be going after and the team is looking good and solid. We’ve started well and I hope we can continue to do well.” He stressed:

“It is a long competition, but I am convinced we will win it this year.”

Speaking about recent reports about a contract renewal the 31-year-old notes:

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“At the moment I can’t imagine anything other than seeing out my career at Real Madrid. It is the biggest club in the world and the best players are here.

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What I really want is to keeping moving forward and to end my career here.”

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