Juventus signing Cristiano Ronaldo: I want to make the Italian fans happy

Juventus signing Cristiano Ronaldo: I want to make the Italian fans happy

Juventus signing Cristiano Ronaldo: I want to make the Italian fans happy

Ronaldo shocked the football world earlier this month when he swapped Real Madrid for Juventus in a £99million move.

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Cristiano Ronaldo has been one of the richest sportspersons on the planet for over a decade now and after his mega-money move to Juventus from Real Madrid, the Portuguese superstar has got even richer.

But the 26-year-old has come out to end the speculations about his future saying he will stay back at the club he joined in the summer of 2017. Ronaldo's fans can purchase children's replica jerseys for $99 (Sh10,000), women's jersey for $110 (Sh11,000), men's jerseys for $112 (Sh11,200) and authentic replica of the gear worn by Juventus players at $160 (Ksh16,000).

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According to Spanish publication Cadena Cope, the 32-year-old already paid the treasury £12.1m of the 16.8m last week.

"I know Juventus did for Ronaldo but Ronaldo's a different goal, that's a different world of business. So I think Ronaldo brings that little extra to the club", said Lami. "I've had to wait such a long time and I'm so happy for this".

"Clearly the players you are referring to are very high-level players and I would like to keep them", Sarri said. "I have to thank Juventus too, who have been waiting for me a long time as well".


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