What C.Ronaldo Told Juventus Team-mates After Max Allegri Exit Was Announced


Cristiano Ronaldo has encouraged his Juventus colleagues to play their last Serie A Game against Atlanta for leaving administrator Massimilliano Allegri.

The 51-year-old manager will leave the Allianz Stadium following five years of winning five sequential Serie A titles.

A short explanation on Friday morning from Juve announced: “Massimiliano Allegri won’t sit on the seat of Juventus in the following season 2019/2020.”

“The mentor and the President, Andrea Agnelli, will meet the media together at the question and answer session, which will be held tomorrow, Saturday eighteenth May, at 2pm in the gathering corridor of the Allianz Stadium.”

Preceding the declaration, Allegri had addressed his side and group staff in the changing room about his exit.

As indicated by Sport Mediaset, the previous AC Milan manager disclosed to Juve players: “Sunday will be [Andrea] Barzagli’s last match – and mine as well.”

The pitiful news prompted tears from the mentor and Barzagli and leaving various first-group stars got unconscious.

In any case, it is comprehended that acclaim before long broke out before Cristiano Ronaldo told colleagues: “Sunday, we play for him”.

Ronaldo and Allegri have appreciated a decent relationship amid their season together, after the Portuguese star cash move from Real Madrid.


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