▲ Luis Gustavu, who was the main midfielder for the Brazilian national team during the 2014 World Cup
▲ Gustavu Fenerbahce, who played for Bayern Munich, now belongs to Al Nasr
▲ Known as a colleague of Kim Min-jae during Fenerbahce
▲ Enemies with Ronaldo [ Goal.com
] Reporter Park Moon-soo = “It seems that Ronaldo’s existence motivates other teams as well.”
A midfielder from Bayern Munich who was once a main player in the Brazilian national team. Luis Gustavu praised Cristiano Ronaldo, who went from being an enemy to a friend.
In the case of Gustavu, he was a player who ate a pot of rice with Kim Min-jae and Fenerbahce before the transfer to Al Nasr.
Gustavu said on the 7th (local time) through the ‘Global Edition’ of this media (Goal.com) that the transfer of Ronaldo is a great boost to Al Nasr.
In a report quoting an interview with Arabic news channel RT Arabic, Gustavu said: “Certainly, Ronaldo’s presence seems to motivate opponents as well. Having Ronaldo at Al Nasr is technically and physically He also allowed me to learn his great ability, so it was a big advantage for the players,” he said, saying that Ronaldo is a great strength.
He continued, “Ronaldo is a player who exists to challenge. He always succeeds in the challenge. Everyone here is looking forward to what Ronaldo will show. He has already scored his first goal, and I think the pressure has been relieved.”
Born in 1985, Ronaldo ended his long European life. He moved to Saudi Arabia’s Al Nasr. He was a bit shocked. Just a few months ago, Ronaldo was at Manchester United.
While continuing his uneasy cohabitation with his team, he suddenly terminated his contract with the club. The interview that was close to protest was a problem. No matter how Ronaldo he was, he was no player above the team. 스포츠토토
With Ronaldo Gassero, football fans’ interest in Al Nasr is also increasing. It is not one of the clubs in Saudi Arabia, but it is now attracting attention as a team that Ronaldo is in.
Meanwhile, Gustavu, born in 1987, was the main defensive midfielder for the Brazilian national team before Casemiro. He also appeared as the main midfielder for the national team at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. However, he had no connection with the national team after the World Cup. With the appearance of Casemiro, after 2016, he became distant from Team A.
The performance of his team wasn’t bad either. He went through the Corinthians youth team and wore the Hoffenheim shirt for the 2007/08 season. In 2011, he moved to Bundesliga powerhouse Bayern Munich. From the second half of the 2010/11 season to the 2012/13 season, he played 100 games for Bayern Munich. In the 2012/13 season, he was pushed out of competition with Harvey Martinez, but shared the team’s treble glory.
He faced Ronaldo in the 2011/12 UEFA Champions League semi-final. I played full-time in both head-to-head matches, and I remember Bayern advancing to the final of the tournament after beating Real after a close match that went to a penalty shootout.
After that, he moved to Wolfsburg, and after going through Marseille and Fenerbahce, he currently plays for Al Nasr. In Wolfsburg, he ate with Koo Ja-cheol and with Kim Min-jae in Fenerbahce.