The Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo was lauded by his team-mate for his athleticism and work ethic.
Aaron Ramsey hailed Cristiano Ronaldo and stated his Juventus team-mate was “unbelievable”.
Ronaldo was enjoying another stellar season, scoring 25 goals in 32 games before the campaign was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic .
Ramsey solely arrived in Turin ahead of this season and the midfielder was full of praise for the Portuguese star.
“He’s an outstanding athlete,” he told singer and songwriter Niall Horan in the course of an Instagram Live chat.
“He’s first in the gym, he goes through his whole routine first and then he is out onto the pitches.
“He’s a winner, wants to win each and every single game, each and every small-sided game, whatever it is, then he’ll be out there practising his free-kicks and things like that and shooting.
“You don’t need me to tell you how precise or driven he is, he is unbelievable, he is one of the biggest in the history of the game.”
Ramsey, 29, decided to be part of Juve after leaving Arsenal, where he won three FA Cups.
The Wales international stated his desire for more trophies – which include the Champions League – was behind his move.
“Juve, such a huge club, one of the largest clubs in Europe and there had been different clubs interested,” Ramsey said.
“But again, I just felt most desired by them, with the history that they have, the players that they have.
“The last few years they’ve done sincerely well in the Champions League and they’re knocking on the door so I want to try and assist them play a phase in trying to win that, the Champions League.
“They’re serial winners as well. They win trophy after trophy after trophy so that’s another thing that I desired to achieve is to go somewhere and be competing each and every single season for two, three, 4 trophies.”
Juventus have been leading the Serie A table when the competition was suspended – one point beforehand of surprise challengers Lazio.
Inter are eight points further back in third position however have a game in hand.
Juve will be shooting for their ninth consecutive Italian top-flight title when the season resumes.
They have additionally won 4 of the last 5 Coppa Italia titles and face a semi-final against Milan to play the winner of Inter and Napoli in the last of this season’s edition.