'Cristiano Ronaldo is selfish': Here's what all Karim Benzema said

'Cristiano Ronaldo is selfish': Here's what all Karim Benzema said

Mourinho managed Benzema in the Spanish capital from 2010 to 2013 and one particular area of criticism left the French striker with no choice but to speak up.

"If I can't hunt with a dog, I will hunt with a cat. You'll catch less, but you'll catch something all the same", stated Mourinho.

Defence for Benzema argued that police acted dishonestly as an undercover officer posed as a friend of Valbuena's while negotiating with the blackmailers, who are alleged to have approached a friend of Benzema's, which prompted the striker to discuss the matter with Valbuena while on global duty.

Apparently, Mourinho never again publicly criticised him following their hour-long discussion.

"We always had a good relationship", Benzema explained to the French media organisation, "but after that, there were expressions and statements that were not necessarily well intended".

"I've got a lot to thank him for", Owen said. We had a meeting for an hour.

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But it seems the former England global was desperate to play for United and even went as far as to "thank" Benzema for opening the door for him.

"Following that there were no further stories about cats, dogs or anything else".

'I told him that there was something that we needed to talk about.

Ronaldo and Benzema have one each and trail Bale despite him being out since the middle of September with Real Madrid already eight points behind Barcelona in the title race.

The Frenchman has racked up nearly 200 goals across all competitions for Los Blancos, adding 2 La Liga crowns, 2 Copa Del Reys, 3 Champions Leagues, 3 UEFA Super Cups and a pair of FIFA Club World Cups to his trophy cabinet in the process.

Benzema and Ronaldo make up two-thirds of Real's devastating BBC front-line that has fired the club to back-to-back Champions League titles.

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