Ronaldo accuses four team-mates for Real Madrid's setback

La Liga By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 10/01/2018

Cristiano Ronaldo has pointed an accusing finger to four his team-mates for Real Madrid setback, according to report.

The Portuguese international has questioned Real Madrid new boys Theo Hernandez, Dani Ceballos, Marcos Llorente and Borja Mayoral.

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Ronaldo has questioned the game time given to the new recruitment after they failed to justify their move to Bernabeu.

Ronaldo has done pretty well since his move to Real Madrid from Manchester United in 2009 he has broken records upon records and has set a lot of them, since his arrival to Spain he has won 14 trophies for the Los Merengues.

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The Portuguese striker achieved all these playing with top talents such as Mesut Ozil, Gonzalo Higuain, Kaka, Angel Di Maria, James Rodriguez, Pepe, Morata etc which Real Madrid spent some fortune to achieve.

But in recent time Los Blancos has abandoned their style of signing players especially in the past summer and went on to sign prodigy instead of already proven players that can help the team vie for trophies.

The highest money spent on signing last season was £26.6m which was the amount Real Madrid paid to sign Hernandez from Atletico Madrid

The Champions are currently fourth in La Liga, a massive 16 points adrift of arch-rivals and leaders Barcelona and La Liga seem to be out of reach after just halfway of the season.

Real Madrid will be up against Numancia on Wednesday night in the second leg of the Copa Del Rey clash, Los Blancos had a 3-0 advantage over the host.