Cristiano Ronaldo: Juve colleagues call for apology after stadium escape – SOCCER INTERNATIONAL


His early departure from Juventus's 1-0 victory over AC Milan could still have an impact on Cristiano Ronaldo (34). While coach Maurizio Sarri (60) understood that the superstar went straight into the dressing room after his substitution (55 ') and left the stadium three minutes from time, the Portuguese team-mates are said to be less forgiving.

According to the "Gazzetta dello Sport", the Juve stars demand an apology from the superstar as soon as he returns from the national team. Even the bosses have, according to the Italian newspaper still need clarification. Juve Vice President Paul Nedved and sporting director Fabio Paratici reportedly spoke to Ronaldo's consultant Jorge Mendes on Sunday evening. A meeting with Ronaldo himself is still pending.

There was criticism of Ronaldo's stadium escape from Antonio Cassano. The former professional (including AS Roma, Inter) warned of a possible suspension for the superstar. "You can not do that, because then there is the doping control," said the Italian. "Capello took me out of the game at the derby against Lazio twelve years ago. I was angry and left the stadium. They then brought me back quickly so as not to risk a two-year ban. "

Ronaldo himself has lost no word on the incident, tweeted on Monday only: "Heavy game, important victory." He finished his tweet with the hashtag #finoallafine, the Juve phrase "Until the end".

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