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Wednesday October 16 2019
'Ronaldo's best is yet to come'

Jorge Mendes claims Cristiano Ronaldo’s best “is yet to come” as he backs the Juventus forward to surpass Pele as “the best scorer in football history”.

Ronaldo scored the 700th goal of his career during Portugal’s 2-1 defeat to Ukraine on Monday and his agent reiterated his belief that the No 7 was the “best player in the history of football”.

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Tuesday October 15 2019
Paratici: 'Atalanta the Italian Leicester'

Juventus director Fabio Paratici assures Cristiano Ronaldo will stay to the end of his contract and warns Atalanta “can be the Italian Leicester City.”

The Bianconeri chief spoke to reporters including Sky Sport Italia and the Corriere dello Sport after an awards ceremony.

“It’s a long season ahead of us, Inter are the rivals with the best credentials and I think our win at San Siro was important in proving who we are,” said Paratici.

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Tuesday October 15 2019
Menotti: 'Sarri is my heir'

Former Argentina Coach Cesar Luis Menotti said Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri “could be my heir” in promoting the beautiful game. “Football is an art form.”

The man who won the 1978 World Cup turns 81 next month and spoke to La Gazzetta dello Sport about the sport in 2019.

“I am always seeking beauty in football,” said El Flaco. “Sarri at Juve is a big surprise. He could be my heir, I’d be honoured and grateful.

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Tuesday October 15 2019
Ronaldo: 'Records chasing me'

After his 700th career goal, Cristiano Ronaldo insists he doesn’t seek out records, but rather “records come looking for me!”

The Juventus striker reached the milestone during last night’s Euro 2020 qualifier in Ukraine, converting a penalty for Portugal.

“Not just anyone can reach this figure. Thank you to my teammates, colleagues and Coaches who have helped me to become the player I am,” Ronaldo told reporters.

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Monday October 14 2019
Ronaldo scores 700th career goal

Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has joined an exclusive club after scoring his 700th career goal.

Ronaldo converted from the penalty spot during Portugal’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Ukraine on Monday evening.

He scored five goals in 31 games for Sporting CP, 118 in 292 for Manchester United, 451 in 438 for Real Madrid and 32 in 51 for Juve.

His tally is brought to 700 by his haul of 95 strikes in 163 caps for Portugal.

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Monday October 14 2019
Paratici: No January signings

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Sunday October 13 2019
Buffon: 'I can still have a grand finale'

Gigi Buffon reveals he would’ve retired without PSG, described the “bond of brotherhood” with Juventus teammates, getting to know Cristiano Ronaldo and that Champions League ambition.

The 41-year-old was interviewed during the Festival dello Sport in Trento today, looking back over his career and you can read the rest of those comments here.

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Saturday October 12 2019
Sporting stadium for CR7?

Sporting CP are reportedly preparing to name their stadium after Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo once he retires. “We’d be very proud.”

The 34-year-old started his career at the Sporting youth academy, bumped up through the ranks to the first team for the 2002-03 season and immediately purchased by Manchester United.

Renaming the current Jose Alvalade Stadium was put forward by Sporting President and former medical staff director Frederico Varandas.

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Friday October 11 2019
Van der Sar: De Ligt like Ronaldo

Ajax chief Edwin van der Sar has likened Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt to Cristiano Ronaldo in terms of his desire “to be the best in the world.”

De Ligt has endured a rocky start to his Juve career after being thrown in as cover for the injured Giorgio Chiellini, but Van der Sar has no concerns about the 20-year-old.

“His mentality, that of someone who always tries to improve, makes him want to be the best in the world,” the Bianconeri’s former No 1 told ESPN.

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Friday October 11 2019
Skriniar: Inter working to win

Milan Skriniar claims Inter “have been working since the first day of preseason to win” as Antonio Conte has already “changed our mentality”.

Inter lost 2-1 to Juventus in the Derby d’Italia last weekend to drop to second in Serie A, but that was their only League defeat after seven games, having won the first six.

“We’ve been working since the first day of preseason to win,” Skriniar told Sport Mediaset after Slovakia’s 1-1 draw with Wales on Thursday.

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