Michael Owen says Real Madrid cannot take credit for Cristiano Ronaldo!

Michael Owen says Real Madrid cannot take credit for Cristiano Ronaldo!

Former England and Real Madrid striker Michael Owen says Real Madrid cannot take credit for Cristiano Ronaldo. Michael Owen never really got an opportunity to play nearby Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United.

The veteran England striker was acquired to the club 2009 in an attempted to help smooth the move of losing the Portuguese star to Real Madrid. Owen acquired Ronaldo’s number 7 shirt at Old Trafford after the Ballon d’Or victor finished a then world-record £80million move to the Bernabeu.

Michael Owen says Real Madrid cannot take credit for Cristiano Ronaldo!

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This week, the 32-year-old is preparing for another break at bringing home the Champions League title. As Real get ready to go up against Italian goliaths Juventus.

What’s more, for reasons unknown, Owen has called attention to that the side from the Spanish capital Real Madrid cannot take credit for Cristiano Ronaldo for transforming Ronaldo into the player that he is today.

 

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“He was totally off the scale by they way he was performing at United,” said Owen. “So I don’t think Real Madrid can assume the acknowledgment at all because United and Fergie prepared him in that way and he kept on advancing at Real Madrid.”

“Ronaldo had two or three out-of-this-world seasons at United toward the end and has not quit making strides. He is an unusual, he truly is. Ronaldo and Messi have taken football to another level for insofar as well, reliably ­being top of the tree.”

Michael Owen says Real Madrid cannot take credit for Cristiano Ronaldo!

“Individuals don’t understand that it’s so difficult to end up what Cristiano has moved toward becoming because on the off chance that you painted the ideal photo of a football player it’s simply Ronaldo.”

“He’s the ideal tallness, he’s not very tall, an excellent height and shape. He’s snappy, two-footed, ­brilliant noticeable all around, solid and he scores goals for the sake of entertainment.”