'I like new challenges' - Cristiano Ronaldo completes move to Italian giants Juventus

Zinedine Zidane is reportedly set to make a sensational return to Juventus

Zinedine Zidane is reportedly set to make a sensational return to Juventus

Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon criticised the club's decision to sell Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus, describing the transfer as a "historic error". Manchester [United] did not want to sell him and it was very hard.

Meanwhile, the former France worldwide was also asked about whether the next Ballon d'Or victor would be playing in Sunday's World Cup final. "I would never have thought that I'd reach this point in my career and have won what I've won".

"This is a new challenge but I'm well prepared for this and I'm sure everything will go well once again".

He continued: "I want to leave a mark in the history of Juve".

Workers at the Fiat Chrysler plant in Italy have planned to go on strike after the auto company chose to pay Cristiano Ronaldo's huge £100million (NZ$195m) price tag following his move from Real Madrid to Juventus.

Preparing to make a run at their eighth Serie A title in as many years and victor of four straight domestic doubles, the Old Lady of Italian football have struggled to turn Italian dominance into European trophies. Notably, Ronaldo chose to part ways with Real Madrid after a 9-year stint.

Ronaldo scored a total of 451 goals in 438 appearances for Real Madrid, winning four Ballon d'Ors and guiding them to three successive Champions League titles.

"Everybody who had the privilege to watch him play.in my case, I had the privilege of training with him every day for four years". Players of my age often go to other countries like Qatar and China, while I'm here for a big challenge ...

Zinedine Zidane is reportedly set to make a sensational return to Juventus
Zinedine Zidane is reportedly set to make a sensational return to Juventus

"I thank him for everything he did at Real Madrid".

"Juventus has been one step away from it and couldn't win, " Ronaldo said.

"It increases your motivation to start work".

While pundits think Ronaldo would be able to make enough money, for Juventus, to cover his wages.

Ronaldo completed his €100million move to the Serie A champions earlier this week, bringing an end to his successful nine-season stay in Madrid.

This is a marquee signing for the Serie A champions who are hoping to win the European Cup/Champions League for the first time ever.

"I scored my last worldwide goal on 11 July 1971".

Yep, we can say that now. I'll be looking to show Italian football fans that I am still at the top.

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