Explosive new revelations of Cristiano Ronaldo

Nov 17, 2022

What is still making headlines in Portugal are the explosive new revelations of Cristiano Ronaldo. On Wednesday evening, the British channel TalkTV broadcast the first part of CR7's shock interview. The Portuguese striker set fire to Manchester United and the mentality of the youngsters. "Ronaldo tells it all", as the headline in the Record newspaper read. In England, too, there is a lot of talk about it. In The Manchester Evening News, what is most controversial is the criticism for the lack of investment in the 13 years since he left Old Trafford. Media outlets such as Skysports deny his accusations at every turn. The English publication reports that Man United have invested in their facilities, that Erik ten Hag has never disrespected him and that the club has always given him time to look after his family. In any case, Manchester United have already resigned itself to preparing for Cristiano Ronaldo's departure. As reported in the Daily Mail, Manchester United removed the giant mural of Cristiano Ronaldo that was displayed outside Old Trafford yesterday, hours before his interview was broadcast. United insisted the timing was coincidental and that they had planned to remove the mural so they could display an advert for a Rugby match.

The new Buffon at Juve

The Gazzetta Dello Sport reports on Thursday that Juventus have found their future starting goalkeeper. The Bianconeri are already preparing for the post-Szczesny era, and the player who has caught the eye of the Bianconeri is Empoli's, Guglielmo Vicario. The 26-year-old goalkeeper is emerging as a serious candidate to replace Donnarumma in the national team's goal for the newspaper, and he is being compared to Gianluigi Buffon.

How about the Blues?
Mount refuses a contract extension

Mason Mount's future at Chelsea is under scrutiny. The London club are keen to retain their club-trained player but he has so far refused contract extensions from his managers. According to The Athletic, the last offer included a seven-year contract with an improved salary. All to no avail. Mason Mount is ready to extend but not to commit to Chelsea for such a long period. Negotiations have not broken down but will resume in the next few days with the player's entourage. Both parties are keen to reach an agreement. The London club is therefore confident of keeping its midfielder, according to the British media. The situation may be uncomfortable for the player as he certainly wants to focus on the World Cup.