Cristiano Ronaldo sends message to Mohamed Salah after Champions League final defeat

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Both players were integral to their respective sides last season with Griezmann leading Atletico to the Europa League trophy and Ronaldo helping Real on their way to the Champions League.

"I don't have any kind of negative view".

Ronaldo said: 'In the coming days there will be answer about my future.

"He's very focused on what the national team are doing and being able to help Portugal".

After talking about his stint as a Real player in past tense, the five-time Ballon d'Or victor gave ambiguous answers when he was asked to clarify his post-match comments later in the day.

"It's perfectly normal, however Portugal were the champions of Europe because of the group, not its individuals".

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Bernardo will be seen in his usual position on the right wing, and will be expected to flank Cristiano Ronaldo and Goncalo Guedes up front. It would not make much sense. Not only me but all of us athletes will be happy that Antoine is staying, ' Koke said, but he also warned that his departure from the red-and-white club would not mean the end of the world for the team.

First up for the European champions in Russian Federation will be Iberian rivals Spain, one of the leading contenders, in Sochi on Friday.

Per Sky Sports' Zinny Boswell, Portugal team-mate Manuel Fernandes said: "I have nothing negative to say about Cristiano, he looks focused and doesn't look at all anxious about his future".

The 33-year-old admits a tough Group B opener against Spain on June 15 is not ideal, but he remains confident the European champions will reach the knockout rounds.

And just last November, he reiterated his belief that Messi is the best player in history, according to TyC Sports.

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