TURIN – Cristiano Ronaldo's departure from Juventus-Milan made a lot of talk, especially for what the Portuguese champion in Sarri would have said when he was replaced by Dybala. The following day the indiscretion of an alleged " son of putt *** " from CR7 to his coach had arrived from Portugal. Instead, according to reports by Sky Sport Italia who tried to study the lip, the expression used against his trainer would have been "only" a dirty word.
Finally, still in the homeland of the Bianconeri ace, reports Tuttosport , the best experts in lip-reading, phonetics and verbal interpretation were contacted. And so it has come to a conclusion that if it seems to be the most truthful: the words that came out of Cristiano Ronaldo's mouth would be the following: "Porra caralho". Translated into Italian: "Che ca ***". Only an exclamation, nothing more.
Returned case? Meanwhile, rumors of a possible clarifying encounter are arriving from Italy, to better understand the situation and not create further misunderstandings, between Ronaldo and Pavel Nedved, vice president of Juventus, after what happened Sunday evening. According to sources from Turin, there is no case for the Juventus club: the episode has already been clarified and there will be no fine.
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