Given the magnitude of the player which is Christiano Ronaldo, the world was in shock when Juve Bosses decided to part ways with the Megastar after another dismmel outing in the champions league. Ronaldo who was earning a whopping $100 million dollars at the time excluding transfer fees was seen as more of a liability then a positive gain for the higher ups and club management.
Which also included Italian Manager and former boss of Cristiano "Maximilio Allegri" as he was rumoured to have told his former employers that they needed to fire Christiano and start playing more young players. When he was meeting with Juve Chairman "Andrea Agnelli ", Allegri got to work with the five time Ballon d'Or winner for one year in Turin with the striker helping tomwin the Old Lady's eighth Serie A title in a row, which was the fifth under Allegri.
The club quickly hired another Italian to fit the post in " Andrea Pirlo" of which many speculated that this would see the end of Christiano at Juve. And shore enough things would come to pass, as Juventus being thrashed by Porto FC and Christiano seeing another year wasted, broke down in the dressing room and things got heated between him and the rest of the team.
The Italian Manager quickly stepped in before things got out of hand and smoothed things over with his players, but their was enough tension between CR7 and the rest of the team that they had know other choice but to move away from Cristiano.
Source: https://www.sportbible.com › football
Cristiano Ronaldo Was 'Juventus' Scapegoat According To Former Teammate, Opens Up On Why He Quit - SPORTbible
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