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June 7 | Most Read News

AS USA most read news - June 7th, 2018

AS USA most read news - June 7th, 2018

Cristiano Ronaldo's chances to leave Real Madrid dominated a day where Liga MX and NBA were still present.

Estados Unidos

1 | Cristiano elige a sus sucesores

The Real Madrid ace spoke to World Soccer and named six players who he expects to inherit the throne which he and Messi have occupied over the last decade: he speak about his teammate Marco Asensio, Neymar, Kylian Mbappé, Eden Hazard and other stars. Check out what he said.

2 | Record: Cristiano Ronaldo saldrá del Real Madrid

According to portuguese newspaper Record, Cristiano Ronaldo is due to leave Real Madrid next summer. In fact, the information says that he has already got a decision made and his future would be in Italy or England, back in the Premier League. The reason: troubles with Floretino Pérez, who would have not kept his promises.

3 | Draft Liga MX, Futbol de Estufa rumbo al Apertura 2018: Resumen de movimientos

Our Liga MX draft live coverage. With a correspondent in Cancún, this is how we informed you about all the transfers taking place in mexican soccer league. Who are America's new players? Chivas? Cruz Azul? Pumas? Morelia? Who did not find a new team? What rumors where discarded? Check out the whole information.

4 | "¿Ramos? Fue muy idiota"

After Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos said, ironically, that he was gulty of every Liverpool player injury during the last Champions League final in Kiev, brasilian stricker Roberto Firimino stated that Ramos' words were 'idiotic'. Ramos said: "the only thing left is that Firmino would have had a cold because of my sweat".

5 | Finals NBA 2018: Warriors 110-102 Cavs, Resumen y resultado

Our NBA Finals game 3 last wednesday live coverage. Golden State Warriors take a 3-0 advantage and, if winning next friday again, they will be NBA champions for second time in a row. Kevin Durant outscored the Cavaliers with 43 points, rounding a historical night where he scored 66% from the triple. LeBron James made 33 points, but his effort was not enough. The next game would be his last in Cleveland.

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