Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Ronaldo, Mohammed Salah, Sir Alex Ferguson yanked into legal battle involving popular Italian restaurant, CHECK out

Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Anything to do with Cristiano Ronaldo makes the news these days. This time, it is to do with an Italian…

Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Anything to do with Cristiano Ronaldo makes the news these days. This time, it is to do with an Italian Restaurant, Cibo. Sports legends and pop icons like Ronaldo, Mohammed Salah, Sir Alex Ferguson, Will.I.Am, Tyson Fury have been dragged into a legal battle. These are some of the names that have appeared in court papers lodged at the High Court by dining hotspot Cibo. They are attempting to stop rival trading under its name. Follow all Football LIVE Updates on InsideSport.IN

Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Ronaldo, Mohammed Salah, Sir Alex Ferguson yanked into legal battle involving popular Italian restaurant, CHECK out

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Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Ronaldo, Mohammed Salah, Sir Alex Ferguson yanked into legal battle involving popular Italian restaurant, CHECK out
Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Ronaldo, Mohammed Salah, Sir Alex Ferguson yanked into legal battle involving popular Italian restaurant, CHECK out

The other stars mentioned are Giggs, Evra, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Allison Becker, and Darwin Nunez, etc. They are all regulars at Cibo Hale and Cibo Wilmslow which raked in £4.25million last year. This restaurant has been featured on Real Housewives of Cheshire and was also where Ed Woodward and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer finalized their managerial contract. Furious restaurant owners, however, are embroiled in a nasty dispute with three other local eateries that they claim are using their name without permission.

They accuse Cibo Manchester, Cibo Liverpool Road, and Cibo Great Northern, and four of its directors of profiting from the establishment’s celebrity status and repute. Their statement to the court read, ‘The Claimants’ exceptional level of service, stylish décor and reputation has helped to attract high profile and celebrity customers to their restaurant. The Claimants’ customers include a range of high profile individuals and celebrities from across the UK, many of whom are known worldwide.’

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In a very unprecedented move, the Cibo executives named a few of their famous clients in court documents sent to the High Court.

Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Ronaldo, Mohammed Salah, Sir Alex Ferguson yanked into legal battle involving popular Italian restaurant, CHECK out

Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Ronaldo, Mohammed Salah, Sir Alex Ferguson yanked into legal battle involving popular Italian restaurant, CHECK out
Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Ronaldo, Mohammed Salah, Sir Alex Ferguson yanked into legal battle involving popular Italian restaurant, CHECK out

Continuing on, the document said, ‘The Claimants have suffered and continue to suffer loss and damage. The goodwill, and the associated reputation, of the Claimants is likely to be damaged by wrongly being associated with provision of the Defendants’ services. The defendants have made misrepresentations to the public that are calculated to lead, have led, and/or likely to lead to the public being deceived.’

The restaurant has gotten a couple of bad reviews due to people assuming that the other 3 restaurants are subsidiaries of their brand. They want to put a stop to the same and have hence gone the legal route. Cibo is seeking damages and an injunction to stop the other restaurants from using the name.

Cristiano Ronaldo Restaurant: Ronaldo, Mohammed Salah, Sir Alex Ferguson yanked into legal battle involving popular Italian restaurant, CHECK out

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