Juventus' plan to solve Cristiano's problems

Cristiano Ronaldo won't be punished by Juventus for his behaviour after being substituted in the 55th minute of their 1-0 win over AC Milan on Sunday.


The Portuguese was clearly unhappy with being withdrawn, and he walked straight down the tunnel while muttering something and even left the stadium for home before the match had ended.


Juventus want to throw cold water on the situation though without making much of a fuss and disrupting order at the club.Cristiano won't face a fine, but he will be summoned to an informal meeting with Pavel Nedved and Fabio Paratici. 


The pair will attempt to convince him to apologise to his teammates and explain that this kind of attitude isn't helpful for the team.

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