With only 26 years old, Robin Gosens, steering wheel of the Atalanta, launched a book entitled Traumen Lohnt Sich (Dreaming is worth it), where he compiles his stories lived in football.
In one of the passages of his work, the German footballer recalled an episode that he lived after a resounding 3-0 victory for his team against the Juventus on the Italian Cup of 2019.
Gosens approached Cristiano Ronaldo and asked if they could exchange shirts, but was surprised to get the refusal of the Portuguese striker.
“I wanted to fulfill my dream of having the Cristiano Ronaldo shirt. I didn’t even go to the public to celebrate. I asked him: ‘Cristiano, can you change my shirt?’. He didn’t look at me, he just told me that I wasn’t changing it” , narrates in his book.
Robin Gosens’ book: “Dreaming is worth it”
Then add: “You know when something embarrassing happens to you and you try to see if someone else has found out? That’s what happened to me. I tried to hide it as much as possible.”
Gosens has been a figure in recent tournaments with Atalanta, shining in A league and Champions League. The AC Milan and own Juventus they have already asked for its price.
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