- Gianni Infantino claims Real Madrid’s great players and the new coach will be able to deal with Ronaldo’s exit
- The FIFA chief notes that Cristiano makes any team better
“Cristiano is a ‘crack‘, one of those players who make us dream,” Infantino told Cadena SER.
“That he is not playing in Spain any more means that Spanish football will have to look for someone to replace him. But I am convinced that Madrid have great players, champions.”
“A team that loses Cristiano Ronaldo is weaker than a team with Ronaldo, but those white shirts have a phenomenal force. Madrid still have a spectacular team and a very strong coach in Lopetegui, so I believe this will be another good year for Real Madrid.”
51% – 🇪🇺 Cristiano Ronaldo has been involved in 51% of Real Madrid’s goals in the Champions League since his arrival at the club in 2009/10 (132/257):
105 goals ⚽
27 assists 🅰
— OptaJean ⭐⭐ (@OptaJean) April 12, 2018
Cristiano Ronaldo has left Real Madrid this summer and joined the Serie A champions Juventus.