It's that time of the week again where we look back over the past seven days and check out what articles Tribal readers have fancied the most.
No wonder this story was the most read on Tribalfootball this week.
We've always expected that if Ronaldo were to return to England, he'd join his former club, Manchester United.
The Italian, who arrived from Torino this past summer, has featured just six times in the league this season.
But he hasn't flown under the radar of his teammates, with Hazard mentioning his efforts after the resounding victory at the Hawthorns.
But Swedish knee specialist Markus Walden has warned his compatriot that it is likely he'll re-injure his knee.
Walden, who is acquaintances with Ibrahimovic's surgeon Freddie Fu, has said that three out of four operated ligaments are likely to break apart within the first 18 months after surgery.
Maybe this season is Zlatan's last hurrah?
Sport claims that United boss Jose Mourinho will be given full control over the club's transfer policy when he puts to pen on a new £19.5m-a-season contract.
Good luck Jose!
Don Balon report that Lionel Messi and Luis Suarezhave been caught totally by surprise with speculation linking Neymar to Real Madrid.
The three are considered to be close friends, but it seems the relationship wouldn't remain that way should Neymar join Barca's hated rivals.
Top five Tribalfootball stories - November 8 - November 14
2. Hazard eager to highlight Zappacosta for Chelsea triumph
3. Swedish knee specialist warns Ibrahimovic ahead of Man Utd comeback tonight
4. Man Utd to hand Mourinho new deal; plus 3 Galacticos deals