Cristiano Ronaldo vs Paris Hilton Sexy Pictures

Cristiano Ronaldo vs Paris Hilton Sexy Pictures

Cristiano Ronaldo vs Paris Hilton Sexy Pictures
Newly single Paris Hilton was photographed making out with soccer stud Cristiano Ronaldo on Wednesday night, June 10, the same day she had her representative publicly announcing her separation from baseball player boyfriend Doug Reinhardt. It is not known if Paris and Cristiano are dating, but they were seen getting up close and personal at swanky L.A. nightclub MyHouse Cristiano Ronaldo vs Paris Hilton Sexy Pictures.

Paris and Cristiano actually started off their night separately. The celebrity socialite was seen hitting Nobu West Hollywood with her sister Nicky Hilton for some sushi, whereas Cristiano kicked off his night dining at the Brazilian restaurant Fogo De Chao. "The Hilton sisters showed up at about 10:20 P.M. and sat on the outside patio. Paris wasn't her usual chipper, chatty self - she looked absolutely miserable. She was clearly flying under the radar with her sister last night. She had a couple of cocktails and she was fiddling with her phone throughout the entire meal," sources in the know tell X17 Online.

Paris and Nicky reportedly left the eatery at around 11:20 P.M. and then headed to club MyHouse, where Cristiano was also hanging out. There, the threesome sat together at a table. And sources inside the club claim that Cristiano and Paris were getting cozy and kissing the entire night. TMZ has some photos of them making out.

Later that night, Paris and Cristiano left the hot spot separately, but reunited at Nicky's West Hollywood house. He was caught on camera leaving the building at 5 A.M.
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Cristiano Ronaldo Paris Hilton and his sexy girl friends
Cristiano Ronaldo Paris Hilton and his sexy girl friends
Cristiano Ronaldo Paris Hilton and his sexy girl friends
Cristiano Ronaldo Paris Hilton and his sexy girl friends
Cristiano Ronaldo Paris Hilton and his sexy girl friends
Cristiano Ronaldo Paris Hilton and his sexy girl friends

Cristiano Ronaldo Transferred Real Madrid €95 M

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Cristiano Ronaldo Transferred Real Madrid €95 M

In the most expensive transfer in the history of professional sports, Real Madrid have committed to paying 100m for Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo.

In a move that David Gill described as ‘the textbook definition of too-good-to-refuse’, Manchester United will net £100m upfront and take off around £6m / year from their bloated wage bill. If there was ever a profit to be made, the American owners have made it here.

This is all part of Manchester United’s plan to pay off their debt by 21 December 2012, and along with selling Ronaldo to Real Madrid they are also poised to sell several other players to leading European clubs.

Ronaldo will move to Real Madrid in July after the Euro 2008 championship in the summer, signing a mind-boggling deal that:

* gets him £200k / week, in basic pay
* £100k for every goal scored
* £50k for every penalty won
* £20k for every prostitute he shags that the press finds out about
* £50k for every celebrity he shags - that the press …
* Free condoms for life (Durex have jumped at the chance of sponsoring the most expensive sportsman’s shorts)

Frank Rijkaard, the next Real Madrid manager, was quick to downplay the expenses:

Ronaldo is the ultimate Galactico - the way he struts after scoring, the sheer audacity of his goals and the quality of his dribbling makes him a joy to watch, both for male and female fans.

Cristiano Ronaldo will - how do you say it - bring the sexy back to Real Madrid.

Ruud van Nistelrooy, the dutch scoring machine and former teammate of Ronaldo at Manchester United and now at Real Madrid, wasn’t worried about reigniting their feud:

I’m not too worried about Ronaldo - everyone knows that he’s here to score goals, shag the women of Spain and earn the club more money than ever. More goals and more money means bonuses for all of us, and my wife left me a long time ago, so I have nothing to be afraid of from Ronaldo.

I look forward to playing with him and hopefully we can compete together for all sorts of records at Real Madrid.

No one from Manchester United was available for official comments, although an insider had this to say:

I am happy to see Ronaldo go - back in Korea they always compare me with Cristiano, now I will be in the starting XI and show my family back home who the real star is at Manchester United. More playing time will help me find where the goal is as well, fingers crossed.

Pundits are predicting an unexpected sweep of all trophies next season for Real Madrid - surely they will be able to win the coveted Champions League trophy with Ronaldo on their side?

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Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo is again ready to turn his back on Manchester United. Photograph: Kiyoshi Ota/Getty Images

Real Madrid have put in place a deal with Cristiano Ronaldo's advisers that will see him leave Manchester United this summer if the world footballer of the year gets his way. Ronaldo remains determined to move to the Bernabéu and it is understood his salary and contractual terms have already been determined as part of a planned world-record £75m transfer.

Ronaldo's representatives have held extensive talks with Madrid and, according to informed sources, categorically informed the Spanish club last September that he had no intention of remaining in Manchester beyond the end of the current season. It is understood that various pledges were made to ensure the deal happens and that everyone involved in the negotiations made a pact not to discuss the agreement in public.

That strategy explains why Ronaldo has stopped talking about his "dream move", but it proved too difficult for one of Real's club's directors, Pedro Trapote, who tipped off the El Mundo newspaper in December. "If you are asking me what we are going to do now, then I would tell you that we have already signed the best player for the summer," he said in a recorded interview, intended to be an off-the-record briefing. Asked to clarify that he meant Ronaldo, he added: "The best of the best. It is Cristiano, there is no other. It is better that we do not say anything at the moment, though. It is best to not say anything because there are some clauses that prevent us from announcing it now."

Sir Alex Ferguson reacted furiously at the time, insisting that he would not "sell a virus" to "that mob", but it now appears that Trapote was speaking in good faith, having been privy to what was taking place behind the scenes.

Ronaldo is said to be intent on getting his way and that means, unless United show the kind of resistance that was evident when they blocked the same move last summer, there is a distinct possibility the Premier League will lose its most recognisable player in the coming months.

There are conflicting reports about United's current position. Ever since it became apparent that Ronaldo wanted to play in Spain, United's official line has been that he is under contract until 2012 and is not for sale. That stance has not altered, but Real and Ronaldo's camp believe they made a breakthrough behind the scenes. Indeed, there are claims that the two clubs began talks earlier this season and that United have accepted Ronaldo's position. It helps the negotiation process that Ramón Calderón, the Madrid president who orchestrated last summer's affair and irritated United so much in the process, is no longer in office, having been replaced by Vicente Boluda.

Calderón's conduct made keeping Ronaldo at United a point of principle to Ferguson and his chief executive, David Gill. They always knew, however, that Ronaldo was in Manchester against his wishes, and the revelation that he is planning to resurrect the transfer is news they have been dreading since the start of the season – even though it hardly represents a shock. "The mistake last year was to speak about Madrid so much," Ronaldo's godfather, Fernao Sousa, said recently. "This year hardly anyone is saying anything and it is certain the transfer will go much better."

Ronaldo's cousin, Luis Felipe, added: "He's won everything with United and he needs new challenges with a new team."

Ronaldo is currently United's leading scorer with 18 goals, but he managed 42 in the previous campaign, and there have been times when his body language, scarcely celebrating some goals, has come under scrutiny. Nonetheless, Ferguson's determination to keep him is understandable given Ronaldo's standing in the world game and the fact that, at 24, he is still relatively young in football terms.

In total, Ronaldo has scored 110 goals for United in 233 starts and 47 substitute appearances – a staggering strike-rate for a player who is essentially a right-winger.

The question is whether United's owners, the Glazer family, can turn down such a huge financial deal in the current economic climate. Ferguson will hope they can, but the manager has acknowledged that playing for Real is the pinnacle for a player of Ronaldo's Iberian background and it has stuck in his mind, from their talks last summer, that the player already thinks he has achieved everything he can in England.

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