Real Madrid star Federico Valverde unperturbed by Alex Baena incident denies taunting unborn child

Real Madrid midfielder Federico Valverde apparently has no regrets beating Alex Baena after home defeat by Villareal.

Valverde is said to have punched the Spanish midfielder in the bus park after Real Madrid’s 3-2 defeat by Villareal on April 9. Apparently, members of Valverde’s entourage have claimed the 24-year-old had ‘a very serious motive’. for attacking Baena because Baena “messed with his family”.

Valvere’s wife, Mina Bonino, almost lost the baby this year but ended up giving birth to a healthy boy. Valverde was furious with Baena after the latter made a crying gesture towards him during Real’s 3-2 win over Villareal in the Copa Del Rey.

“At the Copa del Rey game, Baena kicked Fede and told him, ‘Cry now that your son will not be born.’ That stayed the same, but today he said something similar to him and Fede got angry. So he waited for him in the parking lot and told him he “wouldn’t mess with his family,” the entourage said.

Baena didn’t agree with Federico Valverde’s claims

Baena has since filed a complaint with local authorities following the alleged attack in the Santiago Bernabeu car park after Real Madrid’s win.

Baena has refuted the claims, stating that nothing was known about any complications for Valverde’s child until after the game ended.

The Athletic report that Valverde feels no remorse for his actions and is determined to uphold his claim that Baena previously insulted his pregnant wife if the matter goes before a judge.

Federico Valverde has not yet been held accountable for his actions despite being accused of physically assaulting Baena. Despite hinting that Valverde could be suspended for between two and 12 games, Real Madrid haven’t taken any disciplinary action against the Uruguayan player so far.

Chris Estrada

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