Former Manchester United’s superstar winger Cristiano Ronaldo is set be unveiled as a Real Madrid player and a part of the new “Galatico” on Monday amid fanfare and expectation but the player has insisted that fans should not expect a repeat of Barcelona’s unprecedented treble.
Real Madrid were left in Barcelona’s slipstream last term as the Nou Camp side steam rolled their way to the Primera Division, Copa del Rey and Champions League crowns.
Things have changed at the Bernabeu since then, with new president Florentino Perez bringing in world superstars such as Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United, Kaka from AC Milan, Karim Benzema from Lyon and Raul Albiol from Valencia.
However Crstiano Ronaldo has stated that Real Madrid fans should not expect too much too soon, despite the influx of talent in Real Madrid.
Ronaldo also said that Real will be taking it step by step and that their first priority is winning the league title. The player also added that winning the Champions League would be very nice, that will depend on luck and the ties that the team gets.
The 24-year-old, who spent six hugely successful years in England with Manchester United before his world-record £80million switch to Madrid this summer, added that his hope is to win everything at Real Madrid which he won during his time at Manchester United.
The player believes that with the structure at Real Madrid, it is very possible.