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Jose Mourinho doesn’t want Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United

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Monday, 19 June 2017 ()

Jose Mourinho doesn’t want Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester UnitedCRISTIANO RONALDO isn’t set for a move from Real Madrid to Manchester United after all, according to shock reports in Spain.
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Real president Perez says he has not contemplated Ronaldo leaving the club

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