Another leaked audio from Perez, now maligning C.Ronaldo & Mourinho

Wed 14 July 2021 | 8:15

Florentino Perez is under heavy fire after leaked voices of him bad-mouthing the club's legends gone viral.

On Tuesday, Real Madrid chairman Florentino Perez was put to shame after audio from 2006 was released in which he referred to



Iker Casillas

as the club's two worst frauds. 

As per Marca, a second attack was launched on Wednesday when leaked recordings from 2012 surfaced in which Florentino calls Cristiano Ronaldo an


and Jose Mourinho



"He's crazy," Florentino said of Cristiano. "This guy is an idiot, a sick man. You think this guy is normal but he's not normal, otherwise he wouldn't do all the things he does. The last nonsense he did, the whole world saw it. Why do you think he does that stupid thing?"

With regard to Mourinho, Florentino honed in on his relationship with super-agent Jorge Mendes. "Mendes doesn't control [Cristiano], just like he doesn't control Mourinho. Zero weight. These are guys with a serious ego, both spoiled, and they don't see reality because they could both earn a lot more money if they were otherwise inclined.

"These two are abnormal, because we're talking about a lot of money in respect to image rights. Also, with that face they have, that defiant way, that everyone dislikes them; if the publicity is the opposite, it's the opposite!" 

Cristiano moved to Real Madrid from Manchester United in the summer of 2009 and stayed in Los Blancos for nine years before leaving for Juventus in 2018. During his career at the Santiago Bernabeu, the Portuguese star earned four Ballon d'Ors, as well as two

La Liga

championships and four

Champions Leagues.

Mourinho's time at the club was brief but not without drama. After winning the treble with Inter in 2010, the Portuguese tactician moved to Madrid and stayed there until 2013. During that period, he won three trophies: La Liga, Copa del Rey, and Supercopa de Espana, breaking Pep Guardiola's all-conquering Barcelona team and their supremacy over Spanish football.


source: SportMob