Cristiano Ronaldo demands a major redesign of Juventus after the defeat suffered by the Champions League against Ajax on Tuesday.
While his great rival Lionel Messi tormented Manchester United and ensured the presence of Barcelona in the semi-final of the competition, Juventus lost a lead and was legitimately beaten by the young early team of Erik Ten Hag. Three times champions league title winner Ronaldo with Real Madrid and has appeared in eight consecutive semifinals, is according to Gazzetta Dello Sport, furious with Juve’s capitulation and displeased with Max Allegri’s rigid tactics. The arrival of the 34-year-old athlete last summer, at a cost of 112 million euros, was to guarantee the presence of Juventus in the final stages of the competition and, after his hat trick in the previous round against the Atletico Madrid, it seemed that his signature would bring instant European dividends.
Tuesday’s defeat, however, left the Portuguese icon devastated by her mother: “He was very sad. He would have liked to have gone to the finals. He will be there for the next. What did he tell me? “Mom, I do not do miracles” Ronaldo now expects the Juventus hierarchy to oversee an important rebuilding process over the summer to strengthen the team. Paulo Dybala could be sold up to 100 million euros, which ironically to finance the transfer of the player nicknamed “the new Ronaldo”, Joao Felix of Benfica. The striker of Tuesday’s midweek defeat, Matthijs de Ligt, is also high on the list, as well as Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, also sought after by Manchester City and Chelsea.
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