Weston McKennie is one of the stars who have “escaped” in the midst of Juventus’ crisis. The American star moved to Leeds on loan, with an option to buy for 33 million euros at the end of the season.
Recently, McKennie also made the debut of a new team. Here, he also shared with fans a story between himself and Cristiano Ronaldo. The duo used to wear the same shirt in the 2020/21 season, McKennie’s first time at Juventus.
Kennie used to play football with Ronaldo.
“Ronaldo was getting a massage, when I walked by and said, ‘Oh my gosh, your legs look horrible!’.’ Ronaldo replied: ‘My friend, these legs are worth a billion euros‘. replied, ‘Really so, great legs'”
The value of Ronaldo’s feet is equivalent to 10 Boeing 767-33A/ER. Roman Abramovich owns this expensive and luxurious private jet. It is also known as the “bandit” because of its cocpit paint detail.
The owner of Chelsea football club bought this jet designed to hold 300 passengers. With this jet, an entire team can be transferred from one stadium to another.
This luxurious private jet has a 4.7 meter cabin banquet room for 30 people. And, it is the safest plane on the planet at the moment. Boeing has the same anti-missile system as on Air Force One.
Ronaldo’s feet cost as much as 10 of the safest Boeing planes in the world
With this, private jets are protected from ground-to-air and airborne attacks. The fully furnished apartment features a fully equipped kitchen with maroon furniture, an office, a bedroom with a double bed, and a private bathroom. Conceptualized by British yacht designer Andrew Winch, every piece of furniture is decorated with gold.
After the feats that the Portuguese striker created, it is not sᴜrprising that he is loved by most young players and McKennie is no exception.
Now, both McKennie and Ronaldo are embarking on new challenges, with Ronaldo traveling to Saudi Arabia to join Al Nassr. Meanwhile, McKennie has become the latest American to join Leeds, where he will be capped alongside fellow stars Tyler Adams and Brenden Aaronson.
Messi breaks Ronaldo’s great record
The goal in PSG’s victory over Montpellier helped Messi officially break the scoring record in the top 5 European leagues that Ronaldo holds.
PSG ended the first half without scoring, with the highlight being a penalty kick situation of striker Mbappe. But in the second half, Messi’s goal in the 72nd minute helped the Parisian team win the final with a score of 3-1, thereby firmly building the top of the Ligue 1 table.
The goal in this match was also Messi’s 697th in Europe’s top 5 leagues, surpassing the record of 696 Cristiano Ronaldo. The former Barcelona striker took 835 matches to reach this milestone, including 672 goals in La Liga.
Playing less than 84 matches, Messi broke Ronaldo’s scoring record
Meanwhile, Ronaldo had to wait until 919 appearances in the top 5 European leagues to reach the milestone of 696 goals. At the moment, Ronaldo has switched to playing for Al-Nassr club in Asia and it is difficult to improve his performance to surpass Lionel Messi. The top 5 European leagues include the English Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1, Bundesliga and Serie A.
Ronaldo is having difficult days in Saudi Arabia
Ronaldo continues to spend a series of unforgettable days at the new team Al-Nassr. The 37-year-old star has still not been able to score after two official matches and was criticized by the coach for missing a delicious opportunity in the Saudi Arabia Super Cup. However, coach Al-Nassr believes that Ronaldo still has not run out of opportunities to return to Europe to play.