Eric Dier, midfielder and defender of Tottenham Hotspurs club of English Premier League, is also a huge fan of his team. During an interview with ES Magazine of the Evening Standard, Dier talked about his passion about him, confessing a very special anecdote.
He said: "I would like my ashes to be scattered in the Tottenham stadium. I have no particular connections here in London, so it would be a nice place. Then I'm a huge fan of the Queen. The passion for football was born over time, when I was growing up because tennis was very important in my family and my brothers and I were big fans of Rafael Nadal.
However, I would never have gone to play tennis if I had to choose football."
Cristiano Ronaldo and a possible come back in Madrid
According sports newspaper MARCA, Cristiano Ronaldo would leave Juventus to come back to Real Madrid.
According to the Madrid sports daily, the Portuguese champion would return to be trained by Zinedine Zidane. According to the news from Marca, the ball would therefore pass to Real Madrid, which if he were to make a proposal and set up a negotiation would receive a positive response from the five-time Ballon d'Or.
However, it would seem that President Florentino Perez would not be willing to take back the Portuguese champion. Zidane said last weeks: "CR7? Yes, it may be. Sergio Ramos added: "They all lost, both Cristiano and Real Madrid.
I would not have let him go because he is one of the best players in the world and he would have helped us win again." Zinedine Zidane, Real Madrid manager and former player of Real and of Juventus FC talked about a possible come back of Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus star, right in Madrid, the club with which the Portuguese champion wrote the recent history of soccer.
In an interview, Zidane said: "The rumors that Ronaldo would return to Madrid are more and more insistent. When there are so many rumors maybe there is a grain of truth. Maybe, maybe. We know what kind of person he is. Cristiano and above all what he did here at Madrid.
But now he is a Juve player and we must have respect for him and for Juve. I did what I did with Cristiano, now let's see what will happen in the future. I was lucky. to coach him, and it was an impressive thing, and now Juve is enjoying it."
Karim Benzema also spoke of a possible return of CR7 to Madrid, saying: "With Cristiano we have done many things here in Madrid, many goals, many actions, many assists, but it was some time ago, 3 years have passed and he plays in a other team.
What can I say? I am neither the president nor the coach of Madrid and I don't know if Cristiano is well or not in Juve. Play with him again? Well, of course ... he has always done well and will always score, but I don't know if he can come to Madrid."