Just one day before the World Cup begins, excitement levels have risen exponentially, managers have shockingly departed, and José Mourinho, now flying over to Russian Federation, has chipped in once again with his opinion for the outcome of the tournament.
But now, amid all that, Ronaldo's focus is on the World Cup, the one major honour still missing from his CV.
But Ronaldo is said to have made his mind up and wants out of the Bernabeu for an Old Trafford return.
It is a stretch to make Portugal one of the favourites to win the trophy, even with Ronaldo, but they are nevertheless in Russian Federation as the reigning European champions after surprising France on home soil two years ago.
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While both players are already considered bonafide all-time greats, neither has a World Cup winners' medal in his collection.
"With his incredible attitude, with his incredible winning mentality, Cristiano Ronaldo is a unique player", he told Bild.
"With his dribbling, his complete form of playing football and his ability to generate surprising situations in the attacks".
Many people will agree with Ronaldo that Messi brings even more magic to football than Cristiano, although it's safe to assume a lot of others will firmly disagree.
Ronaldo referred to Real Madrid in the past tense signalling that he could be on the move this summer. Do you prefer the great dribbler, creator and goalscorer extraordinaire, Lionel Messi, or the relentless, physical specimen and goalscoring phenomenon that is Cristiano Ronaldo?