The old brother of Higuaín, Federico, who plays of midfielder in Columbus of Santa Fe of Argentina, has declared: “My brother Gonzalo does not go away to go of Madrid. It is very comfortable and super calmly here, where it is very dear. For the time being it does not go away to go ‘.
On the relation that Gonzalo has with Mou he assured: ‘”The press is much spoilt. Not everything what the newspapers say is true”.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dubbed Real Madrid and Barcelona as “super favourites” to win the Champions League.
The Frenchman does believe his Gunners side have the ability to win the trophy themselves but knows his team is no more than outsiders at the moment.
The current European champions Barca are three points behind Jose Mourinho’s Real domestically in La Liga, with the capital side also having a game in hand.
Arsenal, meanwhile, have already qualified from the Champions League group stage, and face Olympiakos in the final game on Tuesday night.
“At the moment I would say in Europe there are two super favourites – Barcelona and Real Madrid,” Wenger told his club’s official website.
“Behind them, everyone else can hope to win it and we will try to win.
“At the moment we are not one of the favourites but one advantage we have is that we have finished top of our group.
“From now it becomes a cup competition. The Champions League becomes different when you go in the last 16, it is more open. You need a bit of luck in the draw and you need to have your players available in the two games.” (goal.com)
Xabi Alonso feels that Real Madrid have made a step forward this term and is eager to keep up their good run of form.
Madrid have impressed in the opening months of the 2011-12 campaign and currently sit atop the Primera Division table with 34 points from 13 games, three points ahead of Barcelona with a game in hand.
“I’m very happy because the team have taken a step forward. We are making progress and the team are playing very well. We don’t want to stop now because the season is far from over,” Alonso was quoted as saying on the club’s official website.
“We feel fine and we’re having a fantastic run. We’re earning very good results and also playing very well. We’re concerned about doing a good job. If we do, we’ll have a greater chance of winning our games.
Alonso is also fully aware that with more than half the campaign to go, there’s a lot of potential for slip-ups.
“The season is long and there will be room for many more thrills and some upsets, but we hope the latter are few.”
Former Real Madrid striker Ronaldo hopes that the Santiago Bernabeu side will win both La Liga and the Champions League in the 2011-12 campaign.
The Spanish giants currently sit top of the Primera Division table with 34 points from 13 games, while they qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League from Group D without dropping any points.
Ronaldo is hopeful they can keep up their good form, but declined to give his opinion on whether Jose Mourinho’s side have finally caught up to Barcelona.
“I can’t say whether Real Madrid and Barcelona are of the same level or whether Madrid play even better than Barca. I can only say that I hope Madrid win La Liga and the Champions League, and beat Barcelona as well,” Ronaldo said to AS.
“I try to follow La Liga as closely as possible. I didn’t have the chance to see the derby, but I know that Madrid won and are in great form. I think that they can achieve great things this season.”
Ronaldo wore the Real Madrid jersey from 2002 until 2006 and won one league title as well as the Intercontinental Cup and the Spanish Supercup during his time at the Santiago Bernabeu. (goal.com)