Cristiano Ronaldo WILL NOT miss out on emotional return to Manchester United

Emre Can Apologises For 'Degrading' Comments After Ronaldo Red-Card

- Cristiano Ronaldo did not deserve to see red says Atlético Madrid head coach Diego Simeone.

The Champions League, which was one of the main reasons the Italian Serie A champions made a decision to sign the superstar was supposed to be the showcase for CR7.

Juventus' Emre Can has apologised for comments he made in the aftermath of Cristiano Ronaldo's sending off against Valencia.

UEFA is unlikely to throw the book at Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Portuguese forward saw red on his Champions League debut after appearing to pull the hair of an opponent, with the referee's punishment deemed extremely harsh by most commentators.

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"No, you cannot risk compromising a match and, above all, a competition, from the moment that the straight red could leave to a two-match suspension. They played well as long as they had to, until (we were) 2-0 and then we defended with order, leaving them a few shots on goal, but nothing special".

"With VAR, seeing the way in which Ronaldo was sent off, we have to pay attention to what is done", Simeone was quoted as saying ahead in his press briefing ahead of Saturday's LaLiga clash with Getafe.

Discussing Ronaldo's red card - which has put him in doubt for a reunion against former club Manchester United - Marcelino told reporters: "He was very upset, even crying, because he said he didn't do anything wrong".

Under UEFA rules, no player has the right to appeal a one-game ban but sources claim that disciplinary officials, having viewed television clips of the incident, may not add additional bans.

However former Manchester United star Darren Fletcher reckons there's a different reason for Ronaldo's tears.

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