Cristiano’s big secret: he regrets leaving Madrid

12 Feb 2020

Cristiano Ronaldo has not reached fullness in Turin. The Portuguese star, who signed for the Vecchia Signora In summer 2018, he confessed in his privacy that he never had to leave the capital of Spain. This is stated in RMC, the French journalist Frédéric Hermel, which claims to have “very close sources” about this information. Serie A is a minor competition and feel that in Juventus don’t get as much attention as in Real Madrid.

Half of the world was stunned to know on July 10, 2018 that Cristiano Ronaldo became a player of Juve for 100 million euros. While it is true that in recent weeks it had been rumored with this possibility, it was never believed at all that it would occur. The Portuguese asked the club for a salary increase to get closer to the one who perceives Messi in Barcelona and, considering the white club’s new proposal insufficient, he decided to leave.

Now, Frédéric Hermel reports in RMC, the player would regret making that decision. Sources close to the footballer would have confirmed it to the French. Although in recent months he has regained his scoring instinct, Cristiano feels that he still had a lot of football left at the Bernabeu. He became the top scorer in the history of the club, but had to retire in white. The decision was made hotter than anything else and now the player regrets it.

For its part, Real Madrid has always had good words towards the Portuguese after his goodbye. Florentino Pérez dedicated some beautiful words after his 35th birthday in Diario Record: “Congratulations to the best in the world. We remember you a lot. ”

Next Match

Levante vs Real Madrid

POLL

Which trophy do you prefer to win this year?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...
TOP SCORERS
Leo Messi 14 Goals Barcelona
Karim Benzema 13 Goals Real Madrid
Luis Suarez 11 Goals Barcelona
Roger 10 Goals Levante
Lucas Pérez 9 Goals Alavés
Lewandowski 10 Goals Bayern Munich
Haaland 8 Goals RB Salzburg
Harry Kane 6 Goals Tottenham Hotspur
Son Heung-min 5 Goals Tottenham Hotspur
Sterling 5 Goals Manchester City
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER