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Cristiano Ronaldo to return from injury for Real Madrid

Real Madrid winger Cristiano Ronaldo
Ronaldo injured his ankle in September and aggravated it in October

Cristiano Ronaldo looks set to make his return from injury after being included in the Real Madrid squad for their Champions League tie against FC Zurich.

The winger has missed Real's last nine games with an ankle injury that also kept him out of Portugal's World Cup play-off against Bosnia-Hercegovina.

However, the 24-year-old returned to full training last Friday and could now feature against Zurich on Wednesday.

It also means he could face Barcelona in Sunday's La Liga derby.

The £80m signing from Manchester United first sustained the problem to his right ankle in September and aggravated it playing for Portugal on 10 October.

606: DEBATE

That ended a fine run of form for the player, who had scored nine goals in helping Real win their opening seven matches of the season.

Real currently top La Liga, a point above Barcelona, while they are second in their Champions League Group C on the same points as leaders AC Milan but only a point above Marseille.



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see also
Ronaldo ready for training return
17 Nov 09 |  Europe
A World Cup without Ronaldo?
17 Nov 09 |  Internationals
Ronaldo out of World Cup play-off
10 Nov 09 |  Internationals
Ronaldo injury misery continues
04 Nov 09 |  Europe
Man Utd accept 80m Ronaldo bid
11 Jun 09 |  Man Utd


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