Why Real Madrid legend Camacho considered the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo as a setback for Madrid?
Previous Real Madrid player and mentor Jose Antonio Camacho said that departure of Cristiano Ronaldo would be a setback for Los Blancos, however, the club’s ritzy squad would likely recuperate from the misfortune. The eventual future of Ronaldo has ended up one of world football’s significant arguments through late months, with the player himself over and over declining to discount a move next summer, and Paris Saint-Germain allegedly intrigued. Los Blancos legend Camacho told, in quotes reported by Marca, that, while the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo would hurt Madrid, it would not be such a genuine blow.
“Cristiano leaving would be vital, however not all that genuine,” Camacho said. “Real Madrid will remain focused same way in light of the fact that they are a world-level club. In any case, right now they have the best player on the planet, in light of the fact that he has been perceived as that.”
Camacho played for Madrid from 1973 to 1989 winning various trophies including nine La Liga trophies and five Copas del Rey and had a fleeting spell as the first-team Coach in 2004 when Zinedine Zidane, David Beckham and Luis Figo were the club’s galacticos. Camacho, 60, said that the present Madrid squad, which including generally young stars, for example, Bale, James Rodriguez, Toni Kroos and Isco, was very much put to recoup from the loss of their current greatest name.
“Real Madrid has a medium-term venture,” Camacho said. “In my time they had numerous huge name players, however very little thought for what’s to come. The club now has an extraordinary squad, aside from having Cristiano, they have seven or eight players among the best on the planet.”
The Portugal skipper has won three Ballon d’Or recompenses, including the 2013 and 2014 prizes, however, is generally anticipated that would miss out to Barcelona’s Lionel Messi in the 2015 voting.