Sport Cristiano Ronaldo receiving medical attention for his knee in training

The Portuguese star is determined to lead his country to victory over the USA despite nursing a knee injury

Cristiano Ronaldo on the ball at Dean Court last night

Bournemouth 0 Real Madrid 6 match report: Cristiano Ronaldo the Real ticket as Cherries are hit for six

It is not often supporters pay £60 to watch their team suffer a thrashing and feel they have seen value for money, but Bournemouth’s fans were at Dean Court last night to see their opposition.

Isco (left) is expected to make his Real debut against Bournemouth

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No matter how hot it is, the most highly prized spot in Bournemouth tomorrow will not be a square foot of the sandy beach but a plastic seat at the Goldsands stadium.

Gareth Bale has three years left on his contract at Tottenham

Manchester United transfer news: David Moyes linked with audacious '£60m bid' for Tottenham forward Gareth Bale

Manager could move for last season's Player of the Year with an ambition to see Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo in the same side next year

Asier Illarramendi has signed a six-year contract with Real Madrid

Transfer Talk: David Moyes feels the heat in losing start

David Moyes hardly made the brightest start to his attempt to replace the man who won 13 Premier League titles and served Manchester United with distinction for 26 years.

Wayne Rooney’s stellar career has now reached a crossroads

Wayne Rooney transfer latest: David Moyes reveals he has visited striker's house in attempt to keep him at Manchester United

Manager says he has spoken on a number of occasions with Rooney, and that the striker is in the best shape for a number of years as he heads into pre-season

Wayne Rooney with representatives of Aeroflot

Rio Ferdinand joins chorus urging Wayne Rooney to remain at Manchester United

The defender wants to finish his career at Old Trafford

Wayne Rooney has two years left on his current contract

Wayne Rooney could be as good as Cristiano Ronaldo if it wasn't for his gym attitude

Former Manchester United fitness coach believes the England striker 'didn't see the importance of the gym'

Gonzalo Higuain

Gonzalo Higuain: What can Arsenal fans expect from the Real Madrid striker on the verge of a move to the Emirates?

The Argentina international is close to becoming the Gunners' record signing. Here, Jack Pitt-Brooke reveals the attributes he will bring with him to north London

Ronaldo scores for Madrid at Old Trafford, but will not celebrate

How Sir Alex Ferguson tugged on Cristiano Ronaldo's heart strings to entice him home to Manchester United

Former manager designed a fanfare fit for a legend in effort to lure back Madrid star

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 12 June 2013

Pearce blames his players as England limp out with loss

Gareth Bale celebrates his winner against Sunderland

Real Madrid may have to pay 'record-breaking money' to sign Gareth Bale, says Zinedine Zidane

The Tottenham forward continues to be linked with a move to the Bernabeu

Jose Mourinho has omitted Iker Casillas from his final Real Madrid team, while Cristiano Ronaldo is also missing

Final parting shot at Iker Casillas from jilted Jose Mourinho before Real Madrid exit

Coach picks third-choice Antonio Adan and fourth-choice Jesus Fernandez in squad instead of Spain captain

Referee Clos Gomez tells Jose Mourinho to leave the pitch

Jose Mourinho hit with two game ban following touchline antics

Outgoing Real Madrid manager will be able to sit on bench for final two league games

Wayne Rooney drives out of Manchester United’s training ground

Wayne Rooney ready to make U-turn over Manchester United exit following appointment of David Moyes

Striker indicates he is now willing to stay but faces a battle to convince manager and fans of commitment

A view of Wayne Rooney's Twitter profile

Wayne Rooney exit speculation: Striker deletes 'Manchester United player' from his Twitter profile

The England international told Sir Alex Ferguson he wanted to leave a fortnight ago

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