Juan Cuadrado, a Juventus midfielder, has spoken out about his team’s relegation from the Champions League at the 1/8 final stage against Porto (1-2, 3-2), as well as his views on Cristiano Ronaldo.
“It’s football. Everyone believes it is easy to get through, but it is not. It’s not that you’re poor that you can’t meet your goals. You must persevere before you excel. That is precisely what we want to do. All is in our hands. I believe Juventus is a wonderful team that will succeed,” the player told Tuttosport.
“Ronaldo is one of the world’s greatest athletes. He’s a pro, and you can only learn from him. Cristiano exemplifies the desire for which he acts at every training session and game. I couldn’t believe it as he switched to Juve” he said.
On having to give Ronaldo number 7 after he joined the club
“It isn’t that important to me. Going out on the pitch is more necessary. Being able to contribute is more valuable to me than being able to receive.”