Juventus are currently moving on an upward trajectory having started the new season campaign with shaky performances. They are slowly picking up momentum post-Ronaldo and things can be assumed to be moving on smoothly. It is still too early to dub them Scuddetto favorites, but going by the recent results, they could as well make their objectives known to the other 19 Italian clubs.
However, former Juventus defender Piotr Vierchowod has poured cold water on Juventus’ recent recovery when he said that the Italian juggernauts are still suffering from a Ronaldo fever. He explained that the team’s performance has been all over the place and disorganized unlike when Ronaldo was playing for them. He finished by saying that Juventus are currently in denial that they no longer need Ronaldo but the truth is that the Portuguese striker is greatly missed.
Cristiano Ronaldo is still the subject matter at Manchester United especially following the series of brilliant performances he has displayed for his familiar club Manchester United. His reunion with the club has not yet sunk in for some of the fans but his consistent performances have swallowed any doubt about his memorable return.
Toni Kroos, Real Madrid midfielder, has wished Ronaldo the best of luck at Manchester United as he takes on a new challenge. The message can be assumed to be a word of encouragement because he tweeted it after Ronaldo had told the fans he is now focusing on challenging for the next fixture. Villarreal will face Manchester United on Wednesday in what can only be described as a revenge fixture for Manchester United.
Manchester United attacker Jesse Lingard is confident that Manchester United will come out of their ruins and conquer their opponents again. He has been a no-show this season, often playing as a substitute particularly to enforce Manchester United’s attack. His golden moment is yet to come but with Marcus Rashford speedily recovering from his shoulder surgery, things are only going to get more entangled for him.
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