Cristiano Ronaldo showcases nice touches in Real Madrid training

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Much has been made of Cristiano Ronaldo's form this season. The Portuguese superstar has not been finding the net as often as he may like, and his overall contribution has been brought into question.

However, regardless of how Real Madrid's all-time record goalscorer is performing on the pitch, he still seems as comfortable as ever on the training ground. 

In a video released by Spanish newspaper AS, Ronaldo can be seen showing off some silky touches in Los Blancos' latest training session. (watch the video below)


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During a passing exercise, the 30-year-old produces a lovely backheeled pass when the ball is at chest height, before a cheeky rabona pass moments later and a no-look one-two.


The three-time Ballon d'Or winner has come in for a lot of stick this season as his performance have not been up to his usual standard.

He has only scored nine goals in 13 La Liga matches this season and five of those came in the 6-0 hammering of Espanyol in September.

The Madrid number seven also went four games without finding the net, something of a drought for the usually prolific superstar.

But Ronaldo appears to have found his goalscoring form again having bagged three goals in games against CSKA Moscow and Eibar.


A move away from the Bernabeu has been the talk of the town so far this campaign.

Ronaldo has always been linked with a transfer away from the Spanish capital but now it seems more likely than ever. 

A move to PSG or Manchester United seems the most likely destination for Cristiano and, if he listens to his mother, he could soon be back at Old Trafford.

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