Cristiano Ronaldo shares the photo of his recovery in his bathtub

Cristiano Ronaldo shares the photo of his recovery in his bathtub with starlight ceiling

Juventus recently faced the most tragic defeat of this season as Atalanta snatched an unbelievable 3-0 win against the Bianconeri boys in Coppa Italia this Wednesday. And now, their flagship man Cristiano Ronaldo shares the photo relaxing in his bathtub with starlight ceiling. He also previously took social media into the storm after he posted his workout video with full CR7 family.

Even after their defeat at Coppa Italia, Juventus is still growing strong in Serie A as they now top the list with 59 points in 21 games. Moreover, Cristiano Ronaldo already secured his first trophy with the club this year. He flaunted the Suppercoppa Italiana trophy with legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather earlier this year.

Cristiano Ronaldo shares the snap of his recovery

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Recovery time. Good night everyone!🔋🌝

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A goal from Timothy Castagne and a brilliant brace from Duvan Zapata sealed the victory of Atalanta against Juventus. And right after that tragic loss, the 33-year-old Portuguese international shared a photo of himself in his bathtub as he recovered from the defeat while gazing the starlight ceiling.

He looked quite relaxed as he also captioned the photo ‘Recovery time. Good night everyone!’ on Instagram. Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus will face Parma this Saturday in the Allianz Stadium. And, the team is now expecting a great return in their usual form with a much-needed victory in this Serie A match.

Cristiano Ronaldo training with the Juventus squad

On the other hand, football finance expert Kieran Maguire created a buzz in the media following his transfer remarks regarding Cristiano Ronaldo. He recently said “The first port of call would be China or the Middle East if you look at other players at that time in their career,” and then added, “There’s a remote chance of Ronaldo going to the MLS.”

Maguire then said, “That would be feasible because the club owners would be able to put together a package to suit his financial demands.” The financial expert then added “Juventus have done so well,” and “He’s scoring goals for fun, so they would look to get that £89m back they spent on him 12 less than 12 months ago.”