Sport news Cristiano Ronaldo 'is ISOLATED in the Juventus dressing room, with team-mates believing the Portuguese superstar has too much freedom' after he missed training on Monday to collect a new £1.4m Ferrari Monza Premierleague-News.com
Premierleague-News.com - Following the humiliating 3-0 defeat at home to AC Milan on Sunday, while his team-mates were hauled in to training on Monday, Ronaldo was allowed a day off to collect his new £1.4m Ferrari Monza.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly been isolated in the Juventus dressing-room with team-mates believing the Portuguese star has too much freedom. Ronaldo scored his 100th goal for the Old Lady in a 3-1 win at Sassuolo on Wednesday which keeps Andrea Pirlo's side in the hunt for a top-four spot, though they are still needing Napoli to drop points in one of their final two games. Yet on Monday, following the humiliating 3-0 defeat at home to AC Milan on Sunday, while his team-mates were hauled in to training, Ronaldo was allowed a day off to collect his new £1.4m Ferrari Monza from the manufacturer's base in Maranello, according to Spanish outlet AS. Cristiano Ronaldo has been isolated in the Juve dressing-room over having too much freedom The 36-year-old superstar spent Monday at Ferrari's base in Maranello instead of at training RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sassuolo 1-3 Juventus: Cristiano Ronaldo nets 100th goal for... Gianluigi Buffon 'interesting SIX European clubs, including... The Pirlo DISASTER: Rookie coach is a dead man walking after... Juventus 0-3 AC Milan: Ante Rebic scores stunner as visitors... Share this article Share The report details that the 36-year-old was with Juve president Andrea Agnelli and Exor Chairman and CEO John Elkann. As such, some of Ronaldo's team-mates are said to be displeased with the favourable treatment the five-time Ballon d'Or winner continues to receive. The team do not see recognise Ronaldo as a leader with his attitude on the pitch, the report states, with his gesticulations every time the ball does not reach him seen as unhelpful. Ronaldo's future at the club is currently up in the air as Juve look increasingly likely to miss out on Champions League football next season. The Portugal captain - who is the leading goalscorer in the history of the Champions League - is said to be completely uninterested in playing Europa League football. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ferrari (@ferrari) He has been linked with moves back to either of his old clubs - Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United and Real Madrid - as well as a big-money move to PSG. Juve boss Andrea Pirlo, in his first season in charge, is also under mounting pressure and his job is under threat, particularly if Juve fail to finish in the top-four. Despite a difficult season for Juventus, it has again been a fruitful individual campaign for Ronaldo, who leads the Serie A goalscoring charts on 28 goals - he has 35 in all competitions. Ronaldo scored his 100th Juventus goal in the win against Sassuolo on Wednesday evening His £27m-a-year contract in Turin expires next summer and his next move - whether it be a contract extension or a new challenge - will be fascinating to see as he reaches the twilight of his career.
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.The Bianconeri were recently ranked by Forbes magazine as the 11th most valuable football team in the world, with an estimated value of $1.95billion (£1.38bn), and a revenue of $441m (£313m) in 2020.But cause for concern arrives in the knowledge that Juventus appear to be operating at a loss of $14million (£9.9m) in the last financial year, while club debts have reached 16 per cent. The club hierarchy of sporting director Fabio Paratici (left), vice president Pavel Nedved (second left) and chairman Andrea Agnelli (second from right) face major financial woesThe impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on finances has been devastating but missing the top four - and therefore missing the Champions League - would see Juventus miss out on £78m. Ronaldo does still have silverware to aim for this campaign, with Juve facing Atalanta in the final of the Coppa Italia next week. He was also man-of-the-match and scored back in January in the Supercoppa Italiana - Italy's equivalent of the Community Shield - against Napoli in Reggio Emilia. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sassuolo 1-3 Juventus: Cristiano Ronaldo nets 100th goal for... Gianluigi Buffon 'interesting SIX European clubs, including... The Pirlo DISASTER: Rookie coach is a dead man walking after... Juventus 0-3 AC Milan: Ante Rebic scores stunner as visitors...
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