So, Real Madrid has confirmed the news of the Cristiano Ronaldo’s move. The rumors of Ronaldo’s transfer from Real Madrid to Juventus were making some suspense. But Real Madrid’s confirmation has eliminated all the rumors.
Within last few days, this is the second sensational news after we heard the news of Buffon’s contract with the French Club PSG and now this amazing news.
The rumors started when the Italian news website Gazzetta dello Sport reported about the meeting between Cristiano Ronaldo and Andrea Agnelli, the president of Juventus. The meeting was held in Greece where Ronaldo is on a break.
The Portuguese star, who has made a four-year deal with the Italian club, said that he is ready for a New Stage in his life. The transfer deal is worth £105 million.
Cristiano Ronaldo joined Real Madrid in 2009 from the English club Manchester United. His transfer deal from Manchester United to Real Madrid was £80 which was a world record transfer deal at that time. In a message, Cristiano Ronaldo cited his years in Real Madrid “possibly the happiest in his life but the time has come for a new cycle”.
Ronaldo’s Era in Real Madrid:
He played his first match in La Liga on 29 August 2009. He scored in each of his first four games, that has never done by any other Real Madrid’s player. He has played a total of 292 matches with Real Madrid and has scored 450 goals. He is the all-time best goal-scorer for the Spanish club Real Madrid. Given below is a glimpse of Cristiano Ronaldo’s records and figures with Real Madrid.
FIFA Ballon D’ors won: 4
UEFA Best Player in Europe: 3
Champions League Winner: 4
Spanish Champion: 2
Spanish Cup Winner: 2
UEFA Super Cup Winner: 3
3 Memorable Moments of Ronaldo with Real Madrid:
- It was a wonderful feeling when Ronaldo scored 2 goals against Juventus in Champions League final, which helped Real Madrid to win against Juventus.
- On 14th May 2017, Ronaldo scored his 400th goal with Real Madrid while playing against Sevilla in La Liga.
- While playing for Real Madrid, Ronaldo became the first player to score in three different Champions League finals.
So, what are your views on Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer to Juventus? Will he be able to make a perfect combination as he made in Manchester United and Real Madrid, or will be failed to keep the momentum like Brazilian star faced when he was moved to Barcelona?