Diego Maradona claims currently Cristiano Ronaldo is not at his best

Diego Maradona claims currently Cristiano Ronaldo is not at his best

Napoli’s Champions League conflict with Real Madrid can’t come soon enough for Partenopei legend Diego Maradona. As the Argentine trusting his old club can go up against Cristiano Ronaldo is not at his best.

In spite of the fact that the Portugal commander completed 2016 with a cap trap in the Club World Cup last,]. Numerous in the footballing scene see the winger as off his best shape.

Diego Maradona claims currently Cristiano Ronaldo is not at his best

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In any case, Maradona claims he needs Madrid vs Napoli conflict to be played today because Cristiano Ronaldo is not at his best.

“I need [Madrid-Napoli] to be played today because Cristiano Ronaldo is not at his best,” Maradona said to journalists. “In any case, by February I think he’ll be in top condition, as will his partners.”

While Napoli is an ensured risk to Los Blancos in the last-16 tie. The Serie A side may regret the offer of Gonzalo Higuain to Juventus, something that Maradona wouldn’t have done if he was club president Aurelio de Laurentiis.

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“I said last season that if Higuain scores 36 goals. It’s a supernatural occurrence, and de Laurentiis knew how to utilize that to offer him since he’d offer his own particular spouse,” clowned the 56-year-old.

“He saw Juventus required a striker and sold them one. I think these choices ought to be made with the heart. I remained with Napoli and Higuain joined Juventus.”

“Times have changed. Sometime recently, I picked the shirt. Presently, they pick the cash.”

Diego Maradona claims currently Cristiano Ronaldo is not at his best

Cristiano Ronaldo has had another amazing goal scoring year. Finishing 2016 with 55 goals for Real Madrid and the Portuguese national team.

For the Whites, he has scored 42 goals, with 31 coming in the League, 7 in the CL and 4 in the Club World Cup. Cristiano Ronaldo has passed the fifty goal stamp for the 6th back to back year.