- Cristiano Ronaldo has once failed to keep his promise after refusing to give a goalkeeper his jersey
- Former Chievo shot-stopper Stefan Sorrentino claims the Juventus striker turned him down because he saved his penalty
- However, the 41-year-old claimed Argentine forward Paulo Dybala finally gave him his shirt
Cristiano Ronaldo has made lots of enemies in the game and former Chievo goalkeeper Stefan Sorrentino recalls the Juventus striker refused to give him his shirt after a league match.
On January 21, 2019, Juve defeated Chievo in a league game by 3-0 but Ronaldo's name was not on the scoresheet which did not make him happy afterwards.
The 41-year-old goalkeeper had earlier met Ronaldo that he would love to have his shirt after the match but the reverse was the case.
But the Italian goalkeeper told Sky Sports that he ended up swapping shirts with Ronaldo's teammate Paulo Dybala.
He recalled: "We agreed to exchange our shirts, but after missing the penalty he was very angry.
"It had never happened to him in Italy.
"In the changing room tunnel we met, he gave me a handshake and congratulated me, but he had a bad face, and he didn't give me his shirt.
“In the end I took Dybala's. It went well anyway."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo could be sold by Juventus after the club's finances have been hit in recent months due to the spread of Cornovirus.
According to Italian news media outlet Il Messagero, the Biaconeri may not be able to afford Ronaldo's £500,000-per-week wages.
The economic impact of the global pandemic has led to club cutting down wages of players in recent weeks.
And it is understood that even when the matches resume in Italy, the Serie A champions will still not be able to afford his enormous wages.
Legit.ng also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo sent a strange text message to his former Juventus teammate Medhi Benatia by 11pm, asking him if they could train together.
The Moroccan defender who now plays for Qatar side Al-Duhail SC told the story of how the incident occurred after a league match.
Benatia and Ronaldo were unused subs in a game and when they got into the team bus, the Portuguese striker began to text his teammate after hitting the gym late at night.
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