Mourinho reveals who he thinks will do well at World Cup

Real Madrid's coach Jose Mourinho from Portugal embraces Cristiano Ronaldo from Portugal after a Champions League round of 16 second leg soccer match against CSKA Moscow's at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid Wednesday

Real Madrid's coach Jose Mourinho from Portugal embraces Cristiano Ronaldo from Portugal after a Champions League round of 16 second leg soccer match against CSKA Moscow's at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid Wednesday

In Madrid they hope the Portuguese star shows restraint, according to "Marca", after the club refused to meet his economic demands and the relationship between the two parties remains quite cold.

"Messi is the big lie".

Brazil attacker Philippe Coutinho has tipped compatriot Neymar and former Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah to shine at this summer's World Cup.

Egypt head coach Hector Cuper says he's optimistic about Mohamed Salah being fit to play at this month's World Cup in Russian Federation.

Following the European Cup final triumph against Liverpool last weekend, Ronaldo stunned many by hinting at a possible exit. I think it may be time for other players to aspire to be the best in the world - and the best at this World Cup, too. But Coutinho firmly believes that they will play well in Russian Federation.

Real Madrid hero Luis Figo insists the club will survive without Cristiano Ronaldo.


Owen also suffered a foot injury ahead of the World Cup, with the then-Newcastle forward playing just one game for his club after being injured on December 31, 2005.

Cristiano Ronaldo is enjoying his vacation ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation.

He was denied the opportunity to end the domestic season on a high after being forced off through injury in the Champions League final but is set to be ready for World Cup duty in Russian Federation.

Rumour has it that Ronaldo is keen to see his wages match those of Lionel Messi, who recently signed a new deal with Barcelona worth an astonishing £35m per season.

Wayne Rooney also travelled to Germany in 2006 with his fitness under a cloud, having suffered a broken metatarsal while playing for Manchester United at the end of April.

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