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Real Boss Boluda Bets on Ronaldo, Rallies Around Ramos
ESPN Soccernet, February 17th, 2009 3:45PM

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Real Madrid interim President Vincente Boluda, who took the reins of the club just last month, is the latest figurehead to fan the flames of rumors that Cristiano Ronaldo will be joining the legendary La Liga club next season.

"I am convinced we will see him at the Bernabeu," Boluda told Cadena Ser's El Larguero. Other reports out of Spain in recent weeks have suggested that Real not only has the finances to buy Ronaldo, but has already agreed to a pre-contract deal with the reigning FIFA World Player of the Year.

Boluda, who will be up for election to the club's full-time post this summer, also took time to express his loyalty for Spanish coach Juande Ramos, who has led Los Blancos to within 10 points of league-leading Barcelona while only conceding one goal in the club's last eight Liga matches.

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