Man fronts court on child sex charges
Cristiano Ronaldo is the top scorer in Portuguese football history with 14 goals for Real Madrid.
The 34-year-old Real Madrid star, who also had 11 for the Portuguese team in the Champions League final, has been a focus of a number of stories i바카라 사이트 운영n the last few days following the footballer being charged over allegations of child sex offences.
Real are believed to have asked the Portuguese Football Police, which are based at the Porto football stadium in Lisbon, for a search warrant.
In a joint statement on Monday night, Sporting Lisbon and Real said: “For the sake of the family, we would like to remind all our fans that Cristiano Ronaldo has not been charged.
“Since these allegations have been reported it has바카라 총판 become clear that Cristiano Ronaldo would not be facing the kind of punishment that he is currently being looked at for.
“All evidence has been forwarded to the Police for further information.”
The Portuguese Football Police have refused to confirm whether the player and his former partner, Guillem Barca centre-back Isabel dos Santos, were aware of the case.
It is understood that both he and Barca’s football authorities have been in contact.
The club, 바카라 룰which are the most successful Spanish team in history, confirmed that Ronaldo had not been charged.
‘Grown up with me’
Sporting said: “This is a sad time for all of us at Sporting.”
But it added: “Our priority will now be on the care of the family of Cristiano Ronaldo, who is currently travelling to South Africa to undergo an evaluation.”
One of Ronaldo’s most loyal supporters, who has helped raise more than $60 million for the Portuguese club, has previously claimed his brother and team-mate is not the man he seems.
On Sunday, Ronaldo tweeted: “My heart goes out to my family and my beloved players. My brothers, the players, my team, my fans.
“It will never be the same to be called a child abuser but my parents and my people always told me to be the best person for myself and my daughter and they have always been right.
“I have grown up with me. I never want to be a boy because it is not what they called me when I was born. My mother says you grow up with kids. It goes with the territory.”
In April, Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo reported that Portuguese police had launche