De Licht reveals Ronaldo's role in his move to Juventus

De Licht reveals Ronaldo's role in his move to Juventus

 Mattias De Licht, the Dutch defender for the Italian club Juventus, has challenged the reasons for his preference to move to the Bianconeri than the other clubs that wanted his services, including Manchester United.

"Last season I played with Ajax and won the Golden Boy award, and that was here in Turin," de Licht said, in comments reported by the British Daily Star newspaper.

De Licht: Juventus was the best forward show

The Dutch international defender continued, "Of course I had time to choose between the clubs I could turn to, and after studying everything, Juventus had my best chance,

De Licht revealed the details of the conversation between him and the Juve administration, and said: “They told me that the reason they contacted me was that I was already mature and I could deal with the pressure.”

Henry supports the efforts to confront Corona in England in a distinctive way

Sport 360- Robbie Savage, the Welsh soccer star, announced the success of the auction organized for selling the shirt of Arsenal legend Thierry Henry in raising a large donation in favor of medical efforts to deal with the Coronavirus.

Henry's shirt is used for charitable purposes

Savage indicated in a tweet on Twitter that Henry's 14 distinct shirts, which scored his 100th goal with jerseys, was sold for a fee of 16,100 pounds, in favor of UK healthcare efforts.

Savage had revealed the story of that shirt and confirmed that Henry did not know he had reached his centenary goal during the confrontation with Arsenal and Birmingham, which caused him to exchange shirts with Savage.

After Henry learned of this request to restore the shirt, he agreed to his bid at the auction in favor of supporting medical efforts.

Society efforts in Britain are joining these days in an attempt to reduce the negative effects of the deadly virus outbreak, which caused a change in lifestyle in general, in light of the increasing numbers of deaths and infections with the virus.