Perez also blasphemed Mourinho and Ronaldo

It is unbelievable what Real Madrid president Florentino Perez said.

digital newspaper secrecy He recently posted audio recordings in which the 74-year-old made derogatory comments about Real Madrid legend Iker Casillas and Raul in conversation with several people over 15 years ago.

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Perez attacks Ronaldo and Mourinho

Now the recordings have been leaked again – and this time superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho were at the center of Perez’s attack.

The new material appears to come from two different conversations. The last is said to have happened in October 2012.

Perez said of Ronaldo: “He’s crazy. This guy’s a moron, a sick guy. You think this guy’s normal, but he’s not normal. Otherwise he wouldn’t do all the things he does. The last stupid thing, that he’s seen the whole world… Why do you think he did?” This stupid thing.”

It was not clear what situation Peres was referring to. Former Real Madrid coach Mourinho got rid of him as well. “They are men with terrible egos, they are both spoiled, the coach and him,” Perez said of Ronaldo and Mourinho.

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It appears that Mourinho and Ronaldo’s self-marketing was the opposite of Perez’s direction as well.

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Perez’s campaign smells

“These are two extraordinary people, we’re talking about a lot of money in image rights. With that face you have, in that bold way, nobody likes you. But if the ad claims otherwise, it’s another way,” Perez pounced on the Portuguese.

Already after the first audio recording was revealed, Peres spoke – and smelled a campaign. According to him, it is about individual sentences from a conversation taken out of context. The fact that these are now public has to do with his relationship with the Premier League, which he heads as president.

“I have handed the matter over to the lawyers who are now studying possible steps,” Perez announced.

The scandal surrounding Perez’s comments doesn’t seem to be abating – instead entering the next round.

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