StoryCristiano Ronaldo Visits His Boyhood Club Due to Football Suspension

The football world has witnessed a remarkable occurrence where many of the sporting events have been postponed indefinitely. This has led many stars to experience the way of life that they have not experienced at this stage of the year, when teams are typically fighting for domestic and Champions League titles. One such star who has been able to enjoy this time away in the quarantine period is Cristiano Ronaldo, who recently paid a visit to his former clubCD Nacional. The boyhood club recently opened the doors to a museum and Ronaldo was one of the visitors.

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StoryFabio Santini suggests Cristiano Ronaldo could move to PSG

Italian journalist Fabio Santini has said that Cristiano Ronaldo is seriously considering his future at Juventus and could pursue a fresh challenge ahead of next season. The Portugal international left Real Madrid for the Bianconeri during the summer of 2018 and he has since won the Serie A title with the Turin giants.

StoryFabio Paratici pleased with form of Paulo Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo

Juventus chief Fabio Paratici has said that he is pleased with the performances of Paulo Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo and has no doubts regarding the future of the latter with the club.
The Bianconeri have experienced a mixed campaign by their standards in the Serie A this term and they are currently trailing Inter Milan on goal difference at the top of the table after suffering two defeats from the past three games.

StoryMaurizio Sarri hails Juventus goalscorers in Serie A win at Sampdoria

Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri has heaped praise on Paulo Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo following the club’s 2-1 triumph over Sampdoria on the road. The Bianconeri opened the scoring through a wonderful left-footed volley from Dybala but Sampdoria managed to level the proceedings through Gianluca Caprari in the 35th minute.

However, Ronaldo gave the Bianconeri the lead before the break with a wonderful headed strike after he made an incredible leap of nearly six feet. His goal eventually turned out to be the winner and following the game, Sarri appreciated the efforts of Dybala and Ronaldo in what was a testing game where the club had limited shots on goal.

StoryBuffon lauds Ronaldo and Higuain after Bayer Leverkusen win

Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has heaped praise on Cristiano Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain following the club’s 2-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen in the final game of the Champions League group stage. Prior to the game, the Bianconeri had cemented their progress to the next round with the top spot but they still came up with a resolute display with Ronaldo and Higuain scoring in the final 15 minutes.

Leverkusen were the better side for more than an hour where they had multiple attempts at goal but the Bianconeri found the breakthrough through Ronaldo in the 75th minute following a superb pass from Paulo Dybala. In injury time, Higuain doubled the scores at the BayArena after another assist from compatriot Dybala.

StoryDybala has a good relationship with Ronaldo

A lot has been made about Paulo Dybala and the dynamic between him and Cristiano Ronaldo with many of the suspicions being centred around them having a fractious relationship. It’s not hard to see how certain people have arrived at this conclusion as the 26-year-old is beginning to take the limelight for himself at Juventus after a string of impressive performances for the Turin side.

Then you add the fact that Dybala shares an international dressing room with Lionel Messi and the whole affair does get somewhat convoluted. The individual rivalry that Ronaldo and Messi share is probably the most competitive in world sport and as for the debate about who is the greatest? Well, that is forever rumbling on and is fiercely argued regardless of which side you're on.

StoryGonzalo Higuain predicts bright future ahead for Lautaro Martinez

Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain has hailed the qualities of Lautaro Martinez and believes his compatriot could have an extraordinary career ahead. The Argentina international was a regular for the Nerazzurri upfront last season but his gametime has reduced this term with summer signing Romelu Lukaku regarded as the first-choice striker under manager Maurizio Sarri.

Speaking to Fox Sports, Higuain said that Martinez is a very strong player but he needs to be strong minded in order to overcome the criticism towards his performances, he told: “Lautaro Martinez is a very strong player, he plays in a strong team in Italy in Inter. Lautaro is good and he must be strong minded in order to overcome the potential difficulties and criticism. I hope he has an extraordinary career. The conditions for him to have one are certainly all there. The fans expect the centre forward to always score goals. If you do not score then you will be criticised even if you have had a good game.”

StoryThe agent of Juventus star confirms transfer interest from Manchester United

The representative of Douglas Costa has acknowledged that the attacker was on the radar of Manchester United during the recently concluded summer transfer window. The experienced winger was earmarked as one of the prime candidates to bolster the Red Devils attack but Bianconeri boss Maurizio Sarri is said to have blocked the player’s departure.

Speaking to The Mail, agent Giovanni Branchini revealed that the Red Devils have been on the trail of the Brazil international for somewhile but they have not been able to convince the Bianconeri into a sale, he said: “I sincerely say that Allegri and Sarri have never thought of letting him go. The interest of Manchester United was strong, a club that has always been interested in the Brazilian. It was not the only club but in England it was certainly the most active team on the trail of Douglas Costa.”

StoryCristiano Ronaldo says he was too comfortable at Real Madrid

Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has said that he was too comfortable at Real Madrid and that prompted the decision to part ways with the club last summer. The 34-year-old spent nine seasons with the Bernabeu giants where he contributed more than 400 goals while winning numerous trophies including four Champions League titles.

In an interview covered by the Italian media, Ronaldo revealed that he did not like to remain in the comfort zone and indicated that winning a trophy with the Madrid giants had become more of a routine, he said: “I don’t like being in the comfort zone. At Real Madrid I was too comfortable, I had already won so much that each new title was just one more, and the routine always the same.”


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