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The Ball - “Juventus thought Ronaldo was a burden” (Italy)

The Ball – “Juventus thought Ronaldo was a burden” (Italy)

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, the former general manager of Bayern Munich, has argued that Juventus may be feeling sorry now that they have negotiated the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United. Torino is eighth in the Italian league and is struggling to score.

“The same thing that happened to Real Madrid when Ronaldo was sold in 2018. They thought they were getting rid of an economic burden, but Ronaldo keeps scoring constantly. It proves that at Manchester United and Atalanta he knows it (the Portuguese top scorer recently scored against the Italians in the Champions League) » The former Inter striker confirmed it to Gazzetta dello Sport.

Rummenigge highlighted the Portuguese striker’s physical appearance: “I once visited the Juventus training center and liked his muscles. She has the body of a 22-year-old man. He was preparing the gesture he would make to celebrate a goal and we started laughing. I said what are you doing?” He replied, “How am I going to celebrate when I score the next goal…”. Perhaps Ronaldo did not feel the love of the fans and the club. An economic solution had to be found. In the end, both Juventus and Ronaldo were happy to go their separate ways.”

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