Cristiano Ronaldo scores rabona volley in training session

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored a stunning rabona volley in Real Madrid’s most-recent training session on Thursday.

The three-time Ballon d’Or winner, who is making headlines today after being linked with a shock return to Manchester United this summer, successfully converted the audacious effort following a cross from the left wing.

You can watch Ronaldo’s rabona volley by scrolling down this page. It’s not the best piece of footage because the recording took place behind the goal, but that won’t stop the clip from going viral.


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It’s reported that Ronaldo is unhappy with life under new head coach Rafael Benitez, but that clearly won’t stop him from producing magic moments on the pitch.

Benitez is doing his utmost to appease the three-time Ballon d’Or winner - including calling him the best player in the world earlier this week - but cracks are already forming in the relationship between the two men.

Ronaldo will want to break Raul's goalscoring record

Manchester United are working on a deal to bring the 30-year-old back to Old Trafford, although Ronaldo will surely want to stay at Real Madrid until he has cemented his status as the top scorer int he Spanish club’s history.

Raul currently leads the way with 323 goals, but the prolific Ronaldo needs just 11 more goals to overtake the Spanish legend.

Knowing Ronaldo, you wouldn’t put it past him adding those 11 goals to his tally before the transfer window closes on September 1.

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