Cristiano Ronaldo arrives in Turin ahead of Juventus unveiling

Latest Cristiano Ronaldo news on transfer to Juventus

Latest Cristiano Ronaldo news on transfer to Juventus

"I went on vacation afterwards and tried to disconnect, so I have not seen it many times... but if you don't try those things, they never come off".

A small union has called a strike at Fiat Chrysler's Melfi plant in Italy after its main investor, the Agnelli family, chose to pay 100 million euros to land Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus.

The Colombian global has had his No.7 shirt taken off him by Cristiano Ronaldo after the five time Ballon d'Or signed for the Bianconeri in a £99.2 million switch from Real Madrid.

Madrid now have a void to fill, with the likes of Chelsea star Eden Hazard, PSG's Neymar and Mbappe apparently among their preferred candidates to replace Ronaldo.

Ronaldo and Messi have duopolized the Ballon d'Or over the past decade, as each man has claimed the award five times, fostering a huge individual rivalry between the two superstars.

Reports from the Italian media started doing the rounds that Naples was actually Ronaldo's preferred destination, but they simply could not afford the move.

Latest Cristiano Ronaldo news on transfer to Juventus

"Ronaldo was also offered to Napoli", De Laurentiis told La Repubblica.

While football fans in Italy are celebrating the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, the workers of the Fiat Chrysler plant have gone on a strike.

"[Jorge] Mendes, his agent, called me".

"The €350 million that Juventus will invest is beyond our reach, we would have risked pushing the club towards bankruptcy".

"Ronaldo is irreplaceable. It is a mistake try to replace him because, you can not replace him individually", Salgado told the media, as quoted by Goal.