An unthinkable front of conflict between Juventus and Cristiano Ronaldo, its franchise player, was opened. The 35-year-old striker has just reached 750 goals as a professional footballer and was part of the squad that yesterday beat Torino 2-1 in the regional classic, for Serie A in Italy. However, outside the field of play, and economic conflict broke out, which is focused on Hugo Dinarte Aveiro, brother of the Portuguese star.

According to the Italian newspapers La Stampa and La Repubblica, Aveiro, from the Mussara LDA company, owned by the attacker and his brother.

Hugo Dinarte, in charge of the museum of the former Sporting de Lisboa, Manchester United and Real Madrid, is targeted for having sent 13,000 special jackets to be manufactured, which were seized at the request of the Vecchia Signora leadership itself and by the brand that dresses the club (Adidas), due to its resemblance to the official Juve clothing.

Cristiano has a special relationship with his brother Hugo. They are very close, they usually enjoy the holidays together and CR7 is godfather to the son of the museum director. Former street soccer player (those who saw him in action say he showed conditions, some even said he was better than the Juventus man) knew how to work in an aluminum factory before working under the tutelage of the world soccer star. Cristiano sheltered him after Aveiro fell into addictions and fought to overcome them. What’s more, he paid for the treatment.

Well, the T-shirt affair with Hugo as the protagonist generated unexpected friction between Cristiano and Juventus, which began the season with a rocking gait. In Serie A, the cast led by Andrea Pirlo is undefeated, with 20 points, the product of five wins and five draws. Thus, it is located four units from the leader Milan. And in the Champions League, this Tuesday, he will settle against Lionel Messi’s Barcelona, ​​who remains with the top of Group G (the Blaugranas lead their contender by three points).

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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