"Cristiano's environment filters that Juve is not up to him"

According to 'La Gazzetta dello Sport', the ex-Madridista's 'clan' blamed the Italian team for the third consecutive European failure.


After three years of disappointment in Europe, Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus are considering parting ways. The elimination with Porto, third after those that came against Ajax and Lyon, certifies the failure of a marriage that was born with the aim of winning the Champions League. And that is now the axis of controversy in Italy.

Keeping the Portuguese (whose salary exceeds 30 million net) costs the Vecchia Signora boxes around 87 million euros per season. Too many, especially if they do not serve to improve his European path, the objective that pushed Andrea Agnelli to throw the house out the window and get his signing. The doubts, however, are also held by the ex-Madridista himself.

According to 'La Gazzetta dello Sport' reported today, no "mea culpa" came from the Portuguese environment after the disappointment with Porto and he pointed to the rest of the team: "What leaks from his 'clan' is the idea that this Juventus is not up to him, "the newspaper published.

Cristiano scored more European goals in his final season with Real Madrid, 15, than in his three Italian seasons (14). His numbers with Juve are still outstanding (92 goals in 121 games), but something, in the Champions League, has not worked. And it could convince both parties to say goodbye in the coming months.

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