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Ronaldo Is Gone… To Real Madrid

Things just get worse and worse for Manchester United following there loss to Barcelona in the Finals. As standout star Christiano Ronaldo will be heading over to Real Madrid. Soccer player of the year Ronaldo’s future was in doubt with Manchester United after the loss in the finals. As well Ronaldo will join new addition Kaka who was paid for with a huge transfer fee as well. Although Ronaldo’s was higher and did set the record at 131 million and while Kaka’s 90 million was a hefty fee as well. With Real Madrid paying 230 million dollars for two of soccer’s stars. It’s no doubt that Real Madrid may of just became the richest team in soccer.

Although with gain comes loss as Real Madrid’s debt may have just climbed into the 1 billion mark with the addition of Kaka and Ronaldo. This isn’t Madrid’s first time making a huge move for a superstar. As a couple years back you may remember Zidane (my favorite soccer player of all time) Went from Juventus to Real Madrid in 2001, although this move will no doubt change the future of the club for the better. Also a reminder to Toronto FC fan’s that Real Madrid will be in town in August. But I doubt Roanldo and/or Kaka plays

  1. June 11, 2009 at 3:56 PM

    Kaka is now moving to Barcelona as he has been paid more than what Real Madrid is paying.
    Madrid is only getting Rondaldo now.

    And I can’t wait for Madrid to beat TFC 😛
    I would like to see TFC do a good match up though.

  2. Adrian
    June 11, 2009 at 5:58 PM


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