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Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for COVID-19
Cristiano Ronaldo has become the latest international soccer star to test positive for the coronavirus. The Portuguese soccer federation said Tuesday that Ronaldo was doing well and had no symptoms after he tested positive while with his country's national team. He was in isolation and was dropped from the country’s Nations League match against Sweden on Wednesday in Lisbon. “Ronaldo is doing great. He is dealing very well with this,” Portugal coach Fernando Santos said. “He is asymptomatic, he has no problems. He doesn't even know how this happened to him.
Not totally convinced by the Juventus Turin project, Cristiano Ronaldo is clearly open to a departure. And once again, the five-time Golden Ball would see himself joining PSG. was calm. If , eager to leave as he expressly notified his leaders, made the headlines of the transfers section for several weeks, the name of the five-fold Golden Ball did not stir the transfer window summery. The Portuguese was no less clearly considering leaving the . Jorge Mendes, his agent, turned to to discuss a possible arrival of the former Madrid player in the capital. An approach that has remained in vain, the champions of France, affected by the financial crisis following the coronavirus pandemic, having had to be very reasonable during the transfer market. These contacts bear witness to CR7’s interest in the Parisian club. An irrefusable offer for PSG? According to the Daily Mail , the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo could be only partly postponed. Because according to the "information" of the English tabloid, Juventus Turin would be ready to sacrifice its star player to attract , convinced that the recruitment of the tricolor world champion is necessary to be able to win the Champions League. And the Daily Mail to evoke a staggering offer - and not only because of the context - of 400 million euros plus Cristiano Ronaldo in exchange for the top scorer in Ligue 1. The Old Lady would like to mark the spirits and beat the pawn at Real Madrid, unable to compete at such a height.
'We're going to kill the players' - Mbappe and Neymar injuries leave PSG's Champions League plans in tatters .
The beaten Champions League finalists are dependent on two superstar players above all others but can count on neither this week against RB LeipzigHe’s worried because over the coming months, his reputation and career is on the line. He’s worried because he doesn’t have the explicit support of his employers. And he’s worried because his team is dependent on the success of a couple of superstars both of whom are laid up injured.