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Christiano Ronaldo Life in Italy, How Good So Far For The Portuguese
image The football world was in shock why Real Madrid could let go of a 33 year old five times ballon d’Or winner who is still going stronger go to Italy for what so ever transfer fee. While many saw it as a welcome development in the sense that the Spanish capital club has utilises the player as was selling him at the same price tag he was bought over ten years ago from Manchester United other felt that Perez made a big mistake by letting Ronaldo go without having any outstanding player to replace him as Madrid to 9 striker. Since the departure of the Portuguese international from Real Madrid last summer, the Spanish club has struggled to maintain their form this season which has seen them out of the title contention against Barcelona. Life in ItalyThere is this notion that many players finds it very difficult adapting to entirely a new league when they switch clubs. This brought the career of so many players crumbling while elevating few others but what is the situation with the former Real Madrid player in Italy? image Before the arrival of the world most accomplished striker of all time value at $117m from Spain, his goal scoring tract record was never in dispute having netted 658 goals in 915 club matches with 450 of those goal alone scored for Madrid in 438 matches. This record is incredible for any team to have a player of thus capacity in their club, such was the luck of the old ladies of Turin; Juventus. His arrival in Italy was delayed in the area of not hitting the ground running in goals but he had to wait for couple of matches to do that; which was about four matches when he first scored in 2-1 win against Sassulo His champions’ league first game for Juventus was mere with controversy against Valencia when he was shown the red card but had to score his first champions league goal for Juventus against his former club Manchester United in November in a 2-1 victory under Jose. CR7 has gone on to become the first Portuguese player to have had the highest goal in an Italian top flight division football with his 15th goal against Milan in January. image Conclusion Ronaldo has become Juventus talisman and there is no sign shown by the 33 years old that he is getting tired any time soon. There are high prospect form many football faithful that if things continue the way it is at the Italian club that Cristiano Ronaldo may be on the road to lift his 4th consecutive champions league title with Juventus. There is no doubt that the Italian Seria A will remain with Juventus at the end of the season. Whichever way you look at it, I believe Cristiano Ronaldo is the greatest beneficiary of his own transfer deal looking at his age and what he is to achieve in Italy.Thanks for reading
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