Former Real Madrid president supports CR7

the output of CR7 of Manchester United still has something to talk about. Now, who appeared to talk about the case was the former president of Real Madrid Ramon Calderonwho bought the player from the English club in 2009. Thus, he defended Cristiano Ronaldo and wished him luck.

Ramon Calderonwas simply the president of the Real Madrid which brought CR7 for his club in 2009. At that time, the athlete had two spectacular seasons, the 2007/08, which ended with the title of Premier League and Champions League with Manchester United and 2008/09, which ended with another English championship title and a Champions League runner-up.

Therefore, the athlete arrived at Real Madrid for around R$ 80 million euros, the biggest signing in history at the time. So, the player was full of expectations and there he conquered everything he was entitled to, four Champions League and two Spanish championships, in addition to three world championships.

However, after leaving the Spanish club for Juventus in 2018, it even had a few glimpses of its genius. But, he soon wanted out of the team and returned to Manchester United. So, as soon as he arrived, he had a good season, but he was losing ground and this season he had most of his games coming from the bench.

So, despite his position at the club and other off-field reasons, the player gave an interview that went down very badly within the Manchester Unitedwhich made the English team dismiss him last Tuesday (22).

Ramon Calderon, former president of Real Madrid defends CR7

certainly, CR7 he is a very popular player Real Madrid and in the other teams that passed. However, with this new passage through United, he had his image a little tarnished, due to the controversies he got involved with the direct and coach. But, Ramon Calderon defended him.

“Cristiano may be coming to the end of his glorious career, but he remains a wonderful player. It must have been so frustrating for him not to be in the Manchester United team.”

Ramon Calderon also commented that he understands Cristiano Ronaldo and how he felt about what happened. Yeah, you don’t see a player of his size accepting to stay on the bench in a good way.

“United will have their reasons, of course, but someone of their stature in the game would never accept that. He has to be playing football. He has to consider his pride and his reputation, so I think it’s a good thing his time there is over.”

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