Cristiano Ronaldo Showing Who is The Boss
Reports last week clai’med Ronaldo’s first professional club could provide a ho’me for the player on loan. Amid claims that talks were adva’ncing, their boss Amorin has now spoken out to play down the sugge’stions.
“Is Ronaldo a chance? I already he’ard that, I don’t read anything, I don’t see anything. Fo’r me the reality is different, it’s keeping my play’ers,” he said, via Record.
One of his star men, Matheus Nun’es, has been linked with Liverpool. And Amorin insists hi’s focus remains on keeping his star men in the Portu’guese capital.
He added: “I’m happy that Mat’heus Nunes is still here. I’m happy that Sporting’s pla’yers, as Matheus Nunes, reject offers that would cha’nge their lives to stay at Sporting. This is my real’ity, I am very happy with my squad and my players are the bes’t in the world.”
Meanwhile, it does appear increa’singly likely that Ronaldo’s next club might be At’letico Madrid.
They look the main contenders fo’r his signature, with Diego Simeone reportedly fully beh’ind a controversial deal.
However, news that Ronaldo could be signi’ng has not gone down well with their supporters. Ind’eed, there have been online petitions set up making cl’ear their thoughts about his potential signing.
A number of their fans have circula’ted pictures of Ronaldo’s face with a big ‘no’ sy’mbol across his face.
And an online campaign called “#Cont’raCR7” on Twitter, which translates to “#Agains’tCR7”, is beginning to gather serious mom’entum.