If Juventus brought in Ronaldo, Inter Milan should buy Lionel Messi

The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo in the Italian Serie A has really brought a positive wind to the competition itself, because it is undeniable that the popularity of Cristiano Ronaldo that does not need to be questioned has made Serie A Italy increasingly crowded with football lovers. But for competition in the hunt for the Scudetto title it becomes unattractive, after seeing Juventus who managed to land Ronaldo, Massimo Moratti judged that Inter Milan could bring Lionel Messi.

As is known, Cristiano Ronaldo surprisingly decided to leave Real Madrid in the summer transfer market yesterday. When he announced his decision, there were many European giants linked to this Portuguese mega star, including Paris Saint-Germain, Chinese Super League Clubs, Manchester United and others. But finally, the player decided to move to Italy and play for Juventus.

Yes, the 33-year-old was officially recruited by Juventus through pockets of no less than 112 million Euros last summer. So far, Ronaldo has performed quite brilliantly, packing 15 goals in 24 appearances with Juventus in all competitions, 14 of which were created in the Italian Serie A event which made the player top of the list of temporary top scorers of the competition. No wonder, the presence of Ronaldo is not only beneficial for Juventus, but also for the Italian Serie A.

The popularity of Italian Serie A has increased since the arrival of the 33-year-old mega star. Responding to this, the former president of Inter Milan, Roberto Mancini revealed that his former club should bring Lionel Messi from Barcelona, although indeed if that happened it could destroy the club’s finances.

“How will I respond to Ronaldo’s recruitment? I think Inter will have an idea to do, also because Ronaldo is new to Juventus. At least one attempt to bring Messi must be done. “Indeed [the ambition to bring Messi] will be a total destruction for Inter’s finances, but you will never know [the possibility of that],” told Moratti to Sportmediaset.

Throughout his professional career, Messi has only served Barcelona since debuting with the first team in 2004.

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