Published: Wed, April 11, 2018
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Real Madrid chief Perez targets Bernabeu's six European Cups

Real Madrid chief Perez targets Bernabeu's six European Cups

Sunday's draw saw Real slip to fourth in La Liga, behind Valencia and second-place Atletico, with league leaders Barcelona 15 points ahead of Zinedine Zidane's team.

Bale, 28, has continuously been linked with a return to English football with Manchester United the most-touted destination.

"This is an interesting player for anyone, and for English football he has shown that he's very valuable". If Real play say Olympiakos, they'll beat them anyway, even if Ronaldo isn't playing.

Zidane said his side still had work to do to advance past Juventus despite their handsome lead. "But he would like to score more goals and to get out of this rut". "He hasn't been lucky recently with injuries and, also, in La Liga we have not played too well". "I think that is a sign of true greatness, when the matches are tight, when the opposition is better, he always seems to produce in decisive games and that is a remarkable trait to have".

Only two teams in Champions League history have overturned a deficit of three goals or more from the first leg in the knockout stages.

Capturing four Champions League trophies under his tenure is not enough for Real Madrid president Florentino Perez as he desperately wants to match the haul of six European Cups won by late president Santiago Bernabeu. "He has no experience in the Champions League yet, but he has some quality and I think that, based on what I have seen in training, he will be fine", Varane said.

Except for an upset, the Galacticos will play in the semifinals of this year's championship next month. He might have had a blip earlier this season when Madrid had a blip, but that is irrelevant as his record speaks for itself. "With regards to Ronaldo, I am not sure whether he is now the best player I have ever played against".

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegrii: "Our duty is to cancel the 3-0 result of the first game".

Real Madrid's new Brazilian wonderkid, who has often been dubbed the "New Neymar", has revealed he dreams of celebrating goals with Cristiano Ronaldo, and that he has a special celebration in store for the Portuguese. "Our goal is to get back to the Serie A".

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