- Cristiano Ronaldo traveled over 300 kilometers to pick up his brand new £1.4million Ferrari Monzo
- He was accompanied by Juventus president Andrea Agnelli and Exor CEO John Elkann
- His Juventus teammates are reportedly upset that the Portuguese is given preferential treatment
Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly being left alone at Italian club Juventus after he traveled to Maranello to pick up his new Ferrari.
It was gathered that Ronaldo’s teammates are not happy with the striker as they believe he has too much freedom.
He was allowed time off to collect his brand new £1.4million Ferrari Monzo from the supercar’s factory in Maranello – over 300km away from Turin.
Further reports say the 36-year-old went for the trip alongside Juventus President Andrea Agnelli and Exor CEO John Elkann.
The move did not go well with some of his teammates who feel the former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker is always receiving preferential treatments.
His Maranello adventure looks particularly bad given Juve’s form, with the Old Lady on the cusp of missing out on next season’s Champions League.
With two games remaining, Andrea Pirlo’s men are fifth in Serie A – one place and one point behind Napoli in the final Champions League qualification spot.
Meanwhile, Juventus bounced back to winning ways following their 3-1 triumph over Sassuolo in their 36th Serie A game of the season.
A goal each from Adrien Rabiot, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Paulo Dybala were all the Old lady needed to claim maximum points in the fixture.
Yet they are still struggling to make the top four position on the Serie A table with just two games left this season.
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Legit.ng earlier reported that UFC fighter Conor McGregor is now the world's highest-paid athlete in the world according to the new stats provided by Forbes.
The 32-year-old Irish businessman beats the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Lewis Hamilton to attain this new height.
McGregor was said to have made revenue to the tune of £106 million ($150m) from the sales of his whiskey brand Proper 12 to Proximo Spirits, and also earned £15.5 million ($22m) from his sporting endeavors.
He also has a number of product endorsement deals on his revenue generation list including the Monster Energy logo he wears on his fight shorts.