Cristiano Ronaldo will play for the Black and white stripes of Juventus next Season… let that sink in. In what is undoubtedly the biggest transfer of the season, Cristiano has left Real Madrid and signed for Juventus for a 100 Million Euro fee and signed a 4-year Contract worth 120 Million Euros in wages.
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) July 10, 2018
Ronaldo has been an integral part of Real Madrid over the last 9 Seasons and has been the protagonist for the Los Blancos in all four of their Champions League triumphs (2014, 2016, 2017, 2018). A definite Real Madrid GOAT, Cristiano Ronaldo is Real Madrid’s all-time top Goalscorer with 450 goals in all competitions. Ronaldo has won a total of 27 major titles and 13 major individual honors that include 5 Ballon d’Or(s) and 4 UEFA Best Player in Europe awards.
Cristiano moved to Real Madrid in 2009 for 90 Million Euros and has been sold for a profit at the age of 33. Ronaldo’s fitness and goal-scoring ability haven’t diminished over the years, and it’s evident that Juve has complete faith in CR7’s ability as a match-winner.
Ronaldo’s record at Real Madrid is a joke 😅
⚪ Games: 438
⚽ Goals: 450
🎯 Assists: 119
🏆 4x UCL
🏆 2x La Liga
🏆 2x Copa Del Rey
🏆 2x Spain Super Cup
🏆 4x Ballon d’Or
🏆 3x Golden Shoe
— The F2 (@TheF2) July 11, 2018
The prospect of seeing Cristiano’s link up with Paulo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain, and Douglas Costa is definitely an exciting one, and the Bianconeri fans will be eagerly waiting in anticipation. Ronaldo has tormented the Turin Club in the past, scoring a mindblowing overhead kick in last Season’s Semi-Final and Scoring a brace in the 2016 Champions League Final. If you can’t beat the best buy the best, that pretty much sums up the Transfer.
Ronaldo says goodbye to Real Madrid and Real Madrid says goodbye to Ronaldo. pic.twitter.com/0L3ID007gP
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 11, 2018
Ronaldo will be missed at Real Madrid and who would go on to replace the Portuguese great is still unknown but whoever arrives at the Santiago Bernabeu over the next few weeks would be under immense pressure.
It’s the end of an era at Real Madrid and hopefully the beginning of an era at Juventus.