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By On July 15, 2018

World Cup betting: Cristiano Ronaldo backed to play for Portugal at 2022 finals aged 37

By Ian Tuckey12th July 2018, 9:41 pmUpdated: 13th July 2018, 10:58 pm

CRISTIANO RONALDO is refusing to wind down his Portugal career despite a £500,000-a-week-deal with Juventus.

The 33-year-old seems keen to extend his international career beyond 85 goals in 154 games and is 4/6 with Betway to play at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Cristiano Ronaldo has so far suggested he is keen to play on for Portugal and is 6/4 to make their squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

Ronaldo left Real Madrid last week for £99million after 450 goals in nine years.

That included 44 strikes in as many games last term.

And he is 8/11 to be top scorer in his first season of Serie A football.

Once again, but this time from further afield, he should have an intriguing duel for goals with Barcelona maestro Lionel Messi .

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Ronaldo is 5/4 to outscore the 31-year-old Argentine next term.

Former Sporting Lisbon hero Ronaldo is also 6/1 to net against Real and 7/1 to score against his other old club, Manchester United.

Betway’s Alan Alger said: “Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Juventus is next the chapter in an incredible career which has seen him score almost 600 goals and win the Ballon d’Or five times.

Cristiano Ronaldo finished his stint at Real Madrid by winning the Champions League for the fourth term

“He was in superb form for Portugal during the World Cup, notching four goals including a fantastic hat-trick against Spain.

"And at 4/6, we fancy him to play on unti l Qatar 2022, even though he’ll be 37 by then.

“Ciro Immobile topped the Serie A scoring charts last season with 29 goals and surely Ronaldo will be gunning for that.

"And with Juventus’ dominance in Italy, he’s 8/11 to pick up the league’s Golden Boot.”

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By On July 15, 2018

Watch Jack White Join Pearl Jam to Perform Neil Young Classic at Portugal Fest

Jack White made a surprise appearance during Pearl Jam‘s headlining set at Portugal’s NOS Alive festival Saturday, joining the band on guitar for two songs.

During “Porch,” White â€" who performed his own NOS Alive set prior to Pearl Jam’s â€" stepped out onstage to weave the iconic riff from White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” into the Ten song’s lengthy jam.

After sitting out the set’s penultimate song, Pearl Jam’s “Alive,” White rejoined Pearl Jam for their frequent closer, a rendition of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World,” with White delivering multiple solos to close out the headlining set.

T he surprise White cameo marked the first time he performed alongside Pearl Jam since the band played a secret Third Man Nashville gig in 2016, which featured White’s guesting on the then-unreleased song “Of the Earth.” White later released the pre-Bonnaroo gig, recorded in front of 250 fans, as one of his Third Man Vault packages.

Pearl Jam will perform July 17th at London’s O2 Arena before returning stateside next month for their Seattle “Home Shows” followed by a brief “Away Shows” stadium tour.

Source: Google News Portugal | Netizen 24 Portugal

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By On July 14, 2018

From Portugal: Club ready to accept Brighton's €20m bid for midfielder

It seems it’s not only the French press who believes that Brighton & Hove Albion are winning the race for Lille midfielder Yves Bissouma.

The Portuguese media has also been following the case, as local league champions FC Porto were pretty interested in signing the player this summer.

On Saturday, newspaper O Jogo brings some information, saying that Lille should accept the Seagulls’ €20m bid for the 21-year-old.

The outlet claims that Brighton’s offer was way bigger than Porto’s, and even though the player wanted to participate in the Champions League, ‘the weight of the pounds’ changed his mind.

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Part of the Portuguese media still can’t believe that Porto are losing a player to Brighton.

On Friday, a story from Radio Renascença had a bit of a rant about the fact that the European winners can’t compete with any Premier League side when it comes to an auction for players.

Source: Google News Portugal | Netizen 24 Portugal

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By On July 14, 2018

Real Betis signs Portugal international Carvalho

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LISBON, July 14 (Xinhua) -- Real Betis has signed Portuguese midfielder William Carvalho from Sporting Lisbon on a five-year contract, the La Liga club announced on Friday.

The 26-year-old has netted 11 goals in his 191 appearances for the Portugese club. His 47 international caps for the Portuguese national team include defeating hosts France to win the 2016 UEFA European Championship and four starts at the Russia World Cup before Portugal was knocked out by Uruguay.

Carvalho was part of the mass runaway from Sporting Lisbon after fans attacked the club's training ground in May when their team failed to secure a post in the Champion's League next season.

Source: Google News Portugal | Netizen 2 4 Portugal