The move of Cristiano Ronaldo does not only seem to have a negative impact on Real Madrid’s overall appearance, but also on their financial factors. In addition to the departure of several sponsors, the departure of the Portuguese mega-star also made the number of fans present at the Santiago Bernabeu to support their beloved team decreasing.
Everybody knows Cristiano Ronaldo has officially left Real Madrid in the summer transfer window this year, after reaching an agreement with the Italian Serie A competition, Juventus. Previously, Ronaldo spent 9 years with the Spanish La Liga giants, during which he managed to present several other prestigious titles, including four European Champions League champions and two Spanish La Liga trophies.
No wonder, the move of Cristiano Ronaldo has a negative effect on Los Blancos, not only on appearances that appear to be declining, especially on the front lines, but also the number of spectators present at the Santiago Bernabeu Tribune which has declined. This can be seen from the number of spectators in Real Madrid’s first match in the Spanish, Spanish, Mleawan Getafe event.
Quoting from the International Goal, Seen Los Blancos only supported 48,446 supporters when picking a 2-0 victory over Getafe in the La Liga opening weekend on Monday (8/20) early this morning. The number of people who have made Madrid in the last few years for Spain’s highest caste competition, even though the stadium fee is actually capable of administering up to 85,454 people.
The last time the story of ‘quiet spectators’ has also occurred in the 2008/09 event, right at the time of the last season, where at that time Madrid had also found five successive defeats and a 6-2 landslide in El Clasico against Barcelona’s Pep Guardiola direction.
At that time, Real Madrid won a landslide victory 2-0, thanks to goals from Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale.