Messi’s stunning comments about Mbappe and Ronaldo will leave you amazed

Cristiano Ronaldo labeled the editor of France Football’s claims that his major professional objective was to defeat Lionel Messi in the number of Ballons d’Or won “lies.”


Ronaldo reportedly told Pascal Ferre during a private meeting that his only objective in life is to defeat his fiercest professional opponent.


Unsurprisingly, Ronaldo has a completely different interpretation of what transpired, and prior to the 2021 awards presentation, he dubbed Ferre a liar on Instagram.


“Pascal Ferre lied,” Ronaldo exclaimed. He promoted himself and the publication he works for by using my name. Especially to someone who has always revered France Football and the Ballon d’Or, the person in charge of presenting such a prestigious award shouldn’t be able to deceive like this.



He lied once more today when he said that I was in quarantine and hence unable to attend the Gala, but this is untrue.


“With the sportsmanship and fair play that have governed my profession from the beginning, I always wish to congratulate the winner. I act in this way because I never oppose anyone. Always winning is good for me and the teams I play on. I succeed for myself and those who care about me. Nobody succeeds against me.



“Winning national and international championships for the teams I play for and for my nation’s national team is the most significant ambition I have for my career. Setting a positive example for all professional football players and those who aspire to be them is the most essential thing I want to accomplish with my career. My ultimate professional objective is to have my name immortalized in gold letters in the annals of football.


“Let me finish by adding that I’m already considering Manchester United’s upcoming match and everything we can still accomplish this season with the support of my teammates and supporters. What remains? The remainder is ordinary.


On Monday night, Ronaldo is not anticipated to be in contention for his sixth Ballon d’Or. Instead, it’s anticipated that Messi and Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich will compete for the honor.


When Ronaldo saw that his opponent was joining his dream club


The top striker for Bundesliga powerhouse Bayern Munich, Sadio Mane, recently discussed his conversations with Cristiano Ronaldo following his transfer from Liverpool.


Ronaldo shook up the transfer market by insisting on leaving Manchester United and searching for a new team with a Champions League spot last summer. Many influential persons were requested to hire CR7, but they all declined.


Among all of them, Bayern Munich is arguably the most well-known. Before joining Al Nassr earlier this year, the British press believes Ronaldo requested his agency Jorge Mendes to find a method to get him to the Allianz Arena, or else he would cut connections with this super-agent.


Being associated with the moniker CR7, Gray Lobster has been around for a while, scores big goals, and is a perennial challenger for the Champions League title.



The Bavarian behemoth’s highly competent management team ensures that it hardly ever experiences a financial crisis. Another justification for Ronaldo’s desire to play for Bayern is this.


Despite not getting what he wanted, Ronaldo’s affection for Bayern is obvious. The former Liverpool star Sadio Mane’s comments regarding their chat make this evident as well.


Mane said that he met Cristiano Ronaldo after leaving Liverpool for Bayern last summer. CR7 complimented his colleagues on the new landing despite the fact that he represents Manchester United and Liverpool.


A fantastic club. According to Mane, Ronaldo said on SportBild, “This is a big step for you.


Bayern has, in reality, been a potent force in European soccer for a very long time. Recently, Gray Lobster became the first team in the top five leagues in Europe to reach 100 goals for the year.


Despite being unable to represent Bayern, Ronaldo seemed content with his new life in Arabia. The Arab League recently presented the “best player of February” title to Al Nassr’s standout player. This occurred as a result of his eight goals in four games.



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