Marcelo: I'll stay at Real Madrid for ever


Following the pre-season departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, Benzema already appears to be rediscovering his touch in front of goal, having scored four in three La Liga outings.

Speaking to Radio MARCA, the young Spaniard insisted he would have been forced to move on after failing to break into the team under the Madrid former boss.

Madrid midfielder Isco has come out and said that the team do not miss Ronaldo.

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Asensio, who has been linked with a move away from the Spanish giants in recent times, has so far assisted five goals in four games for Los Blancos this season.

"Cris is an extraordinary player", he told a news conference. "We are happy because Cristiano's 40 goals are gone but any of our forward can do it".

Isco added: "We're playing very well now; players who didn't score as many goals a year ago are now filling their boots. If we win they will say that we don't miss him and if we lose that we miss him", he said. For now, we don't miss him, but this is just starting.

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McManaman had a storied career with Liverpool and Real Madrid, playing at the Bernabeu club during their Galactico era at the turn of the millennium and scoring in the Champions League final of 2000 as they defeated Valencia 3-0 - a game in which he was nominated as the match's outstanding player.

And Ronaldo has been touted as the man to help them end their wait to win the Champions League again.

"And the third topped off my three seasons as coach of Real Madrid", Zidane added.

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"Juve will always stay Juve".