Juventus coach Allegri: Sign Pogba? We have to stop him!

Heather Diaz
November 4, 2018

With Juventus now off to the best Serie A start in the club's history, manager Massimiliano Allegri has heaped praise on his star recruit Cristiano Ronaldo for consistently playing a key role in the team's recent exploits.

Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has revealed Cristiano Ronaldo's influence will not win the Champions League for Juventus.

World Cup victor Matuidi said there was a notable difference between the 33-year-old and his Juventus teammates in the hours following the victory.

"We were all dead exhausted after the match against Manchester United and the day after, except Cristiano", Matuidi told RMC Sport.

"He's been working like insane ever since he got here".

"They are both top players but I must tell you the truth, you can imagine that in 10 years it's been both of them staying consistent for that long".

Fans will never forget his dramatic strike against Spain at the World Cup, his free-kick goal from improbable range at Arsenal and - of course - his iconic knuckleball strike against Portsmouth. Subscribe to our SMS sports service by texting "SPORTS" to 22840.

'He is 33-years-old, but he is really an example.

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"He's also crucial over the 90 minutes".

"Like all players who are not part of Juventus, I cannot and I do not want to talk about players from other teams".

'Ronaldo makes the team play well, with him you feel stronger. "He's a leader in this sense".

They will host United in the return Champions League fixture at the Allianz Stadium on Wednesday November 7.

Karim Benzema was the first to be blamed during Real Madrid's goal drought but now he has seven goals so far this season and is matching the best centre forwards in the world.

During his time at Manchester United and his former years at Real Madrid, Ronaldo was the designated free-kick taker.

"It's a Frenchman who is going to win the Ballon d'Or".

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