Andrea Pirlo trusts it is ‘characteristic’ reports have flowed over Cristiano Ronaldo’s future as of late, yet he demands the forward has ‘more than demonstrated his value’ to Juventus.
Notwithstanding providing 92 goals and 22 assists in just 121 games, Ronaldo’s effect has been addressed.
His failure to assist Juventus with succeeding Europe has prompted a ton of analysis – particularly after the loss to Porto this week.
The club’s most recent bombed endeavor to win the Champions League has blended bits of gossip about a late spring exit for Ronaldo, with previous club Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain being promoted as possible objections.
“Ronaldo is fine,”said Juventus manager Pirlo in a press conference ahead of Sunday’s trip to Cagliari.
“It’s natural that he’s disappointed by what happened the other night in the Champions League, he trained very well and has recovered to play tomorrow against Cagliari.
“It’s natural there are rumors after the elimination, he’s the most important player in the world alongside Leo Messi.
“He has always done well for us, scoring 90-odd goals and he has more than proved his worth.”