Ronaldo? Zidane? Real Madrid boss names the ultimate Galactico

The 2005 FA Cup final was also the only one of Ronaldo's four visits with United that he didn't score and emerge victorious.

Enzo Zidane has traveled with Real Madrid to Wales for the Champions League final vs. Juventus to be played on Saturday.

"I used to play very well but scoring was not my speciality, I have scored some important goals but not many".

"By playing well, I can help out my team-mates".

"People think I'm a striker".

Ronaldo told the interviewer that Barcelona's star always talks about him positively and that they have a cordial relationship and a mutual respect.

A world champion with Italy in 2006 and eight-time Serie A victor with Juventus, Buffon finished on the losing side in his two previous Champions League finals in 2003 and 2015.

"I'm a young boy even though I'm 39 years old", Buffon said through a translator in Cardiff.

"If he doesn't feel happy and if he wants more, then he should look for the best thing for him. I got more than I gave, but that would be the ideal finale and people like fairytales".

Casemiro's presence at the base of the midfield gives Modric more freedom to roam forward and with the likes of Isco, Ronaldo and Karim Benzema to aim for, Juventus can't afford to give the Croatian any space.

A victory for holders Real Madrid will hand them a 12th title, becoming the first club to retain the trophy since the competition was renamed Uefa Champions League in 1992, while the Serie A champions will claim their third and first since 1996 if they emerge winners. "I've scored almost 600 goals playing in the position I do", he told La Sexta.

"In training one day, I saw something in Dybala that I had seen before in Messi", Juventus right back Dani Alves wrote in a column Friday on The Players' Tribune website. His mentor was Giovanni Galeone a former Udinese coach and one of the most innovative coaches ever. "It was the gift of pure talent combined with the will to conquer the world".

Managed by Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus has successfully deployed the 4-3-2-1 formation for most of the season, which has been received well by fans and critics alike. Juve will likely play Leonardo Bonucci, Andrea Barzagli, and Giorgio Chiellini in front of Buffon.

"It's another opportunity for us to go out there and show who we are, a great team", Ramos said. "I just came to try to share this dream with them". Last year, he scored in regulation and converted a penalty kick in the shootout won by Madrid, also against Atletico. Compared with the 2015 final in Berlin, our squad have changed in nearly every position.

"Perhaps we not strongly motivated", Allegri said. The Italians may be better as pure defenders, but the Spaniard's offensive prowess in big moments, including past Champions League finals, can't be ignored.

But the Italy legend has revealed his illustrious career could have taken a completely different path if Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger had had their way.

"We have raised the bar after winning the Scudetto six times in a row, reaching the Champions League final, winning the Coppa Italia twice and the Supercoppa", Allegri said.

  • Julie Sanders