Do you think Neymar would be the ideal replacement for Ronaldo at Real?
The Portuguese superstar claimed the fifth Ballon d'Or of his career in 2017, but it is expected that he will one day pass the title of best player in the world to a man who has finished third in the voting on two previous occasions.
The striker has reiterated his desire to seek new pastures through a Portuguese daily, but Madrid are still hopeful of retaining his services.The sensational claims that Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to leave Real Madrid have made little impact at the club, and the Blancos are not yet resigned to losing their star.
"Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't own Real Madrid", he said at a press conference while in camp with Brazil, according to Sportskeeda.
Real Madrid defender Marcelo would welcome his Brazilian teammate Neymar to the Santiago Bernabeu, and said he is confident that the move will happen at some point.
Ronaldo Jr, nicknamed Cristianinho, seems to have inherited all of his father's genes as he unleashed a stunning strike, reports Express UK.
The 25-year-old broke a lot of records on his way to tally a staggering 44 goals, and his feat has drawn questions - as well as comparisons - as to whether he can maintain the level of consistency of the Real Madrid and Barcelona stars.
Portugal will face rivals Spain in their first match of Group B on June 15. They also take on Morocco and Iran.
Cristiano Ronaldo looked proud as punch as his son scored a brilliant goal in a kick-about following Portugal's latest victory on Thursday.
"We know we are not the favourites, we have to be realistic, but in football nothing is impossible".
"What I can say is that we will do the same [of Euro 2016] fight to the end always keeping hope that in football everything is possible". The group stages are going to be very hard but with the players that we have, we can think big. "It's a privilege to represent our nation and let's see what awaits us".