- Cristiano Ronaldo has won four titles with Juventus since leaving Real Madrid in 2018
- Madrid boss Florentino Perez reportedly visited the player in Juve training as they mend 'fences'
- Perez is said to regret selling Ronaldo as he went on to say nobody can replace the Portuguese
Since Cristiano Ronaldo abruptly left Real Madrid in 2018, both the player and the La Liga giants, are yet to place their hands in the coveted Champions League title, but the player still feels connected.
Spanish outlet Marca via SunSport are claiming that Ronaldo is still connected to his old club as Madrid owner Perez paid a visit to Juventus’ training ground this week.
It was gathered the relationship of the pair broke out in 2018 after the Portuguese dumped the club to join Juventus, but they were said to have mended their relationship in March 2020.
Just after signing for the Old Lady in 2018, CR7 said via SunSport:
“I felt it inside the club, especially from the president, that they no longer considered me the same way that they did in the start.
“In the first four or five years there I had the feeling of being Cristiano Ronaldo"
It was gathered that the Real Madrid owner has admitted he regrets selling the striker saying no matter the huge amount that was spent, no one can replace the superstar.
On the other hand, Ronaldo also still shares special bond with the Santiago Bernabeu; although there are no speculations that the player would return there, it is possible.
Ronaldo spent nine breathtaking years at Real Madrid where he scored a staggering 450 goals in just 438 appearances for the club.
He won four Champions Leagues and two La Liga titles for Los Blancos, while also picking up four Ballon d’Ors for his personal trophy cabinet."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Real Madrid have been knocked out of this season's Copa del Rey by Spanish third division side Alcoyano.
Zinedine Zidane's chances of winning a silverware have now been reduced to the La Liga and the Champions League.
The French boss has taken full responsibility for the defeat following the 2-1 loss to the third-tier side after extra time.
Zidane however stated that the shock defeat is not a disgrace with Alcoyano playing the last 10 minutes a man down after Ramon Lopez was given his marching orders.
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