Cristiano Ronaldo Blocks Transfermarkt Accounts

Cristiano Ronaldo Blocks Transfermarkt Accounts
Juventus megastar expression, Cristiano Ronaldo, in the first leg match of the last 16 of the Champions League against Olympique Lyon at the OL Stadium,

Cristiano Ronaldo, not very impressed with its value in the transfer market, so he blocked the Transfermarkt account.

Cristiano Ronaldo shows almost no decline in performance at the age of 35 years.

Lionel Messi's rival has scored 21 goals in 21 matches in 2019-2020, including equaling the records of Gabriel Batistuta and Fabio Quagliarella by scoring in 11 consecutive matches.

CR7 is only under the Lazio striker, Ciro Immobile, in the list of top scorer in the Italian League.

Despite Ronaldo's stable performance, the market value of the Portuguese-backed player has declined in recent years due to age.

The specialist website estimator of the player's market value, Transfermarkt, noted Ronaldo's market value had dropped from 90 million euros when he left Real Madrid in June 2018 to 'only' 75 million euros.

Transfermarkt's assessment made him ranked 37th in the world and Ronaldo was unhappy about it.

Twitter users @ False9Messi took screenshots of Transfermarkt's Instagram activity when they revealed that their account had been blocked by the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.

"He said that he was not happy with its market value," wrote Transfermarkt's Instagram account in the comments column.

Ronaldo's score, according to the site, made him only the second highest scorer in Turin, behind teammate Paulo Dybala.

Christian Eriksen, who moved from Tottenham Hotspur to Inter Milan in January 2020 for less than 20 million euros, is the most valuable player in Italy for 90 million euros.

Under Eriksen is Dybala for 85 million euros and Lautaro Martinez for 80 million euros.

The assessment put Ronaldo in fourth place in the list of the most expensive players in the Italian League.

He is parallel to Kalidou Koulibaly, Matthijs de Ligt, and Romelu Lukaku.

If Ronaldo wants to feel a little better about himself, then he just needs to switch to CIES Football Observatory.

The football statistics analysis specialist page gives an assessment of Ronaldo's market price of between 70 and 90 million Euros, not far from his Transfermarkt rating at the lowest point.

If the superstar manages to return to the top of his game like when he became the top scorer of all time at Real Madrid, it is not impossible that his market value will rise again.


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