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Former president to bring CR7 in 2010?

Saturday, January 10, 2009

The story about the most controversial transfer saga over the summer once again fill the newspapers' pages with The Times claiming that Cristiano Ronaldo will come to Real Madrid in 2010, but not in the hands of current president Ramón Calderón, though.

According to the prestigious British newspaper, the Portuguese agent, Jorge Mendes, has reached a verbal agreement with former Real president Florentino Pérez to join the Spanish champions.

It is understood that Pérez will use the Manchester United winger as electoral asset for the next presidential elections to be held next year. Pérez won the presidential elections in 2000 with a similar maneuver with the same agent but with another Portuguese Luis Figo as a player.

Perez was the man behind the 'Los Galácticos project' as he brought football superstars such as Figo, Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo, David Beckham, Michael Owen and Robinho to the Bernabéu, joining the likes of Raúl, Iker Casillas and Roberto Carlos during his reign between 2000 to 2006.

"He has shown he wants to come here with the statements he has made," said Pepe, the Real defender who is a Portugal team-mate of Ronaldo. "We’ll see if he still desires to join us this summer."

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