Former Juventus player Patrick Vieira insisted it’s important to know “why Cristiano Ronaldo is unhappy” at the Allianz Stadium.
Ronaldo left the stadium in anger after being substituted during the 1-0 win over Milan on Sunday and the Nice coach warned Juventus need to sort it out quickly.
“This shows how difficult it is to be a coach,” Vieira told Sky Sport Italia. “Ronaldo is of different class, together with [Lionel] Messi and Neymar, the are the image of football today.”
Ronaldo responded with a short message on Instagram yesterday and coach Maurizio Sarri defended the player during the press conference after the game.
“It’s important to understand why he is unhappy,” added the French World Cup winner. “From the outside, it seems like he is going through a difficult period. When a player like him stops scoring, there will be some frustration.”
Paulo Dybala came on for Ronaldo during the second half against the Rossoneri, and eventually he decided the game for the Bianconeri, scoring the only goal.
“I am not surprised to see Juventus always in first place, as here the player is at the service of the club and when things are clear, the player can give his best on the field.
“At Juventus, the club is the real star.”