Gareth Bale scored one of European football's great goals to help Real Madrid overcome Liverpool and win their third successive Champions League title as goalkeeper Loris Karius suffered a personal nightmare.
Ronaldo partially rowed back on those statements in mixed-zone interviews in Kiev and then signed off a speech at Madrid's trophy parade by telling supporters: "Until next year..."
He may have been in the shadow of Cristiano Ronaldo for years at Real Madrid but he is capable of turning into the talisman of a club as big as United and is a decent coup for the Red Devils. "Not now, because we have worked on the LaLiga brand".
"The force takes social media posts of this nature extremely seriously and any offenses identified will be investigated", said a statement from Merseyside Police, which covers the Liverpool region.
Wijnaldum admits it is hurdle they must overcome but feels the general progress being made is equally important.
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"If I could go back in time, I would".
The Welshman was a substitute in four of seven Champions League games this season, including his super-sub display in the final.
"If you want to compete with them, you have to win nearly all of your games".
"As a team, we won nothing and it hurts". That being said many aren't convinced he is leaving PSG this summer so Bale probably isn't going to Paris for next season.
"It's not a guarantee if you win this", he said.
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"I think that Liverpool will not allow Salah to take the cortisone because it is risky for the player in the long term and will press hard to complete the treatment for two months, which unfortunately means that we will not see the star Mohamed Salah in the World Cup".