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JUVENTUS, Paratici: "It amazed me how down-to-earth CR7 is"

28.09.2018 19.55 by Claudio Colla  read 924
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Interviewed by Tuttosport, Juventus sporting director, Fabio Paratici, stated: "When Cristiano (Ronaldo, Editor's Note) made up his mind about joining us, he chose a path, and champions like him don't allow themselves to make steps backwards. What amazed me about him was how down-to-earth and humble he is. But that's typical for real star players. CR7 is really friendly with everyone here. Pogba? I'm not surprised he had only nice words for Juventus. Footballers feel kind of pampered here, that's something they like. Dybala? We weren't worried about him, he's good as he always has been, since he started playing for us. And we are very happy about Bernardeschi's improvements too, he's becoming a player who can rise to a prominent international position. Napoli? Of course they are among the clubs we've got to watch out for, but there also teams like Inter Milan and AC Milan in the mix".

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