Real Madrid 'could offer' €100m for Juve star after Champions League final

Real Madrid 'could offer' €100m for Juve star after Champions League final

Real Madrid 'could offer' €100m for Juve star after Champions League final

Real Madrid take on Juventus in the final in Bale's hometown of Cardiff on Saturday (7.45pm).

"I feel good", Ronaldo said before traveling to Britain, "in great form". He thrived while replacing Gareth Bale when the Wales forward got injured late in the season, and is expected to remain in the starting lineup even though Bale will be fit for the final.

The Portuguese has scored 14 goals in his last nine appearances, including hat-tricks against Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid in the quarter and semi-finals respectively.

Juventus are seeking a treble, after claiming the Serie A as well as the Coppa Italia, at the expense of the Spanish champions, who are expecting their second consecutive Champions League win after defeating Atletico in 2016. He also scored some important goals in the final stretch of the season, including two in the final three games of the Spanish league.

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"We must go into the match with humility, but showing attitude and character, showing that we are the better team", Ronaldo said. "I play whenever I think I should". Remembered as a complete midfielder, he was considered one of the best players in the world during the glorious 1960s.

It had been a lackluster season for Ronaldo's standards, and his slow start kept him from having a chance to reach 50 goals for the first time since 2009-10, which was his debut season with Madrid.

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While the Italian outfit have the likes of Paulo Dybala, Mario Mandzukic and Gonzalo Higuain in attack, it is their backline that has caused a lot of trouble to top teams, most recently FC Barcelona to whom they lost in the 2015 Champions League final.

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Each Snapchat "Our Story" is produced in-house by Snapchat and features clips provided by BT Sport of key moments from the match as well as behind-the-scenes Snaps taken by the teams and players participating in the competition.

He credited his great run to coach Zinedine Zidane's ability to keep the team competitive despite constantly rotating the squad.

While Zidane has already claimed four trophies since taking over from Benitez, Morientes believes the best is yet to come from the 44-year-old Frenchman.

Juve will have to overcome a poor record in European finals, while Zidane must mastermind a route through a sturdy Italian defence.

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- Ronaldo or Sergio Ramos could become only the second player to score in three different finals finals after Alfredo Di Stefano, who found the net in five different finals.

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