'Role model' Cristiano Ronaldo is still defiant

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that the woman at the centre of Cristiano Ronaldo's forced $exual assault, Kathryn Mayorga, was close to taking her life after the alleged incident, claims her legal representatives on Wednesday, October 4.

Alexis Sanchez will not be available for Manchester United's Champions League clash with Juventus, after he missed the team's final training session.

The soccer superstar has been accused of rape in the United States.

From the minute Ronaldo stepped off the coach and immediately received a warm greeting from United's kitman Albert Morgan before he had even reached Madrid's dressing room, Ferguson ensured that his former player was given the treatment reserved for true club legends. "I don't see how they could lose the Scudetto without self-destructing". So, most important is I enjoy the football, I enjoy my life. Of course, the truth is always coming in the first position. "The truth will come out". After the outlet broke news of the lawsuit last month in an interview with Mayorga, Ronaldo's lawyer called the reporting "blatantly illegal". Attorneys for Mayorga have challenged Ronaldo's legal team to prove that documents are false.

The Portuguese ace is returning to Old Trafford for only the second occasion since his departure in 2009, having established himself as an all-round forward during his time with Real Madrid.

The former Real Madrid forward now has five goals for Juventus in the Serie A circuit thus far, most recently netting a pair of scores against Sassuolo on September 16. The players need to know me and know my movement. On the pitch and outside the pitch.

"I am a happy man", Ronaldo said.

"I always smile, I play for a fantastic club, have a fantastic family, four kids and I am healthy".

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"The rest does not affect me".

Ronaldo is returning to Old Trafford for the second time since leaving United to join Real Madrid in 2009.

Ahead of their Champions League match, the Juventus star was asked for the first time on camera about the accusation.

That is how Ronaldo rolls and no one is more aware of that than his manager the night he last triumphed in Manchester, and now United boss, Jose Mourinho.

Five years ago his mission to was to land Madrid's long-awaited 10th European Cup.

"I remember what it was like in Manchester".

"I know all about the history, I won trophies here".

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