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What Cristiano Ronaldo Was Spotted Saying To Juventus Teammates After Ajax Match

Adnan Riaz

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What Cristiano Ronaldo Was Spotted Saying To Juventus Teammates After Ajax Match

Cristiano Ronaldo was not a happy man when Juventus were knocked out of the Champions League at the hands of Ajax earlier this week.

The Old Lady hosted the Dutch side for the second leg at the Allianz Stadium and lost 2-1 on the night.

Well, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid ace was frustrated with the exit from Europe's elite club competition and made his feeling perfectly clear towards his teammates at the full-time whistle.

Footage has surfaced online that shows the 34-year-old Portuguese footballer suggesting that his teammate 's**t' themselves against Ajax.

No, seriously. We're not even making this up. Check it out below.

That escalated quickly, didn't it?

Ronaldo, who was instrumental in Juve's progression to the quarter-finals after he scored a hat-trick against Atlético Madrid, has had questions raised about his future at the club after their exit from the Champions League.

Ahead of the Italian's club clash with Fiorentina on Saturday, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri squashed rumours that the five-time Ballon d'Or winner would be leaving Juventus this summer.

"Ronaldo's had an extraordinary season and will play tomorrow," he said (via Football Italia).

"Cristiano plus Juventus doesn't mean the Champions League is secure. He's the future of Juventus.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

"He's serene and calm, as he is disappointed like we all are because we went out of a competition that we thought about winning.

"Now there's no use talking about the Champions League. We need to think about winning the League.

"You never know what the future holds, but we haven't talked about anything yet. We were focused on the Champions League and now the league, which we need to celebrate first of all.

"It's an objective that comes after great sacrifices and constant daily work. It's a great season.

"In the event of winning the title, we won 50 per cent of trophies we participated in, then there's some regret for exiting the cup, which is normal."

Should Ronaldo leave Juventus in the summer?

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Featured Image Credit: Tackle Duro/PA

Topics: Football News, Football, Serie A, Ajax, old lady, Juventus, Champions League, Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus Stadium, Cristiano Ronaldo, Allianz Stadium

Adnan Riaz
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