"I feel I should be playing every week and if that's not the case here it's something I need to consider".
"I know if you say something like that after a game you lost, it sounds like you are a little bit a bad loser but it was, for me, kind of a harsh challenge".
Even more so than the Welsh player, Ronaldo's future is likely to be determined by the very small number of clubs capable of affording his demands - supposing he actually wants to leave Madrid - and the 33-year-old has never indicated any desire to take a pay cut for the sake of pastures new.
"The first one.I don't know". He did not have a great season but he would be a better option than Karius or Simon Mignolet are now, and something needs to change. "I don't have any doubts, it's not important, I have to rest now, go and meet up with the Portugal team and in the next few weeks (I'll make an announcement)", he added before he joins up with his country's World Cup squad for the tournament in Russian Federation.
"I think when he was on the pitch we did it well for 25 minutes but (after the injury) there was less than before". Former Real Madrid winger Francisco Gento holds the record with six titles from the Pre-Champions League era. They also have pre-tournament friendlies against Colombia on June 1 and Belgium five days later.
But despite Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believing it was a "serious" injury after the match, the national team revealed they retain optimism having discovered he has only sprained his shoulder joint.
The superstar forward left the headlines to Gareth Bale in Kiev as his team-mate struck twice from the bench to lead Los Blancos to a 3-1 victory over Liverpool.
It is fantastic to think he can not get in that team because that was such a crucial time to do something very special in such a massive fixture. They are Madrid and they just get things done, no matter the situation. Ramos was not shown a yellow card.
Real coach Zinedine Zidane became the first man to coach a side to three successive Champions League titles but he deferred credit to his team.
Mark Lawrenson was speaking to BBC Sport's Chris Bevan.