“I said stop at 32…”, Platini deals with Ronaldo and Messi in managing their careers

In an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport on Friday, former Blues and Juventus No. 10 player Michel Platini does not deal with Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. The two stars did not make the right career choices according to the former UEFA president.

Almost 67 years old, Michel Platini still takes a sage look at the world of football. He, the triple top scorer in Serie A with Juventus (1983, 1984, 1985) follows Juventus’ performance with particular interest. When asked about Cristiano Ronaldo’s failure in Turin on Friday before Gazzetta dello sportThe former number 10 holder from the Blues was not very affectionate with the Portuguese from Manchester United. And since he was clearly in great shape, he also targeted Lionel Messi, a player who, incidentally, would not have given him the last Ballon d’Or because it was the Italian Jorginho who according to him deserved it. (“Who won the Champions League and the Euro?”).

Mbappe “The Best”

Platini said, “With all the appreciation I have for him (Ronaldo) and Messi, I said stop at 32. I could have gone to Barcelona, ​​to Marseille, but I wanted to be with the club we made history with. Ronaldo was Real and Messi was Barcelona. No I would go to another big club, but to the United States or China.”

If Michel Platini has difficulty understanding the Portuguese and Argentine’s choice to change the air after he distinguished the two Spanish giants so much, he is, on the other hand, petrified about Kylian Mbappe who sees him as the “heir of Messi and Ronaldo”. “He is very strong, very fast and supports the former president of UEFA. Today he is the best.”

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