June 7, 2023


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Erdogan defended… Cristiano Ronaldo. He also confirmed his transfer

Recep Tayyip Erdogan He is undoubtedly the leading figure in the Turkish political world for nearly two decades – the 68-year-old first served as the country’s prime minister in order to also assume power as president as of 2014. The lesser-known side of Erdogan, who has grown around Ruled by a plethora of controversies over the years, is the aspect regarding … his football sympathies.

For a politician at one time, he played amateur football for a very long time – therefore, it should come as no surprise that in one of his speeches he decided to refer, for example, to the personal Cristiano RonaldoOne of the greatest players of our time. But his words caused great surprise.

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A “political veto” on Cristiano Ronaldo? Recep Tayyip Erdogan surprised his compatriots

Turek referred to CR7 during a meeting with a group of young people in Erzurum, a city in the eastern part of his homeland. “Unfortunately, Ronaldo has been written off,” he said. Erdogan Regarding the player’s recent actions in the Qatar World Cup 2022. The Anadolu Agency quoted his words.

“A political veto has been placed on him,” the president suddenly said, hinting that it has something to do with the fact that the Portuguese is “a person who defends the Palestinian cause.” However, it is difficult to say where he derived the basis for such a statement.

Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia? Now it has been confirmed by … the President of Turkey

“According to the information I received, he will go to Saudi Arabia,” said the first Turkish citizen. Here’s another source that talks about this issue – though it’s certainly the most bizarre yet. It is worth noting that the Portuguese ace will move specifically to VictoryAnd the in which he would earn (to a good start) up to €200m a year. Impressive payout for “football retirement” – there’s no doubt about that.