More

    Ronaldo accused of Dybala leak so as not to return to Italy: the situation | English News

    30 April at 16:00

    Cristiano Ronaldo is not about to return to Italy before a hypothetical return to training with Juventus. This was reported by Corriere dello Sport (via mundodeportivo.com) this morning, which also points out that the information about the fourth positive Coronavirus test of Paulo Dybala could have been leaked from the environment of the Portuguese phenomenon in order to justify his refusal not to return to Italy.

    Ronaldo has been in his native Madeira, along with the bulk of his family, since Serie A stopped in mid-March. In all this time, he has been frequently showing off on social media during training sessions, spending time with his children as well as in meeting up with his relatives

    But as mentioned above, in Italy there are now speculations that the leak of Dybala’s positive test would have started from CR7’s environment. The objective was to demonstrate that the issue is still far from being controlled.

    Source link news

    NFL Betting

    Related articles

    Comments

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    Betting on Soccer

    Share article

    Latest articles

    Exclusive: Ralf Rangnick club media interview before Man Utd-Young Boys | Champions League | 8 December 2021

    Of course, Young Boys can still qualify for the Europa League, and they already beat us . So it's a big game for them,...

    Sunderland: Gooch stole the show

    3 minute read 8/12/2021 | 09:50am ...

    Kurt Zouma injury sets West Ham wheels in motion for ‘primary target’

    West Ham boss David Moyes is understood to be pondering a loan move for Manchester City defender Nathan Ake after the Hammers confirmed Zurt...

    Milan 1-2 Liverpool: Player ratings

    Liverpool ended Milan's hopes of reaching the last 16 of the Champions League with a 2-1 win at San Siro.The Reds also became the...
    Betting on Soccer

    Newsletter

    Subscribe to stay updated.