No sooner had the World Cup ended, and fans around the world are clearly already looking forward to when the new season starts. July 10, it became known that one of the most titled football players of the world, 33-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo left the “Real” and moved to Juventus. Yesterday in Turin was an official presentation of the player as a new player of the club.
To get acquainted with the Italian press and fans Ronaldo came accompanied by his bride, 24-year-old Georgina Rodriguez, mother Dolores Aveiro and the eldest son Cristiano.
In the press there were reports that Ronaldo’s mom wanted her son to return to Manchester United, but Dolores Aveyra denied these rumors.
My son will make Juventus an even bigger club,
– she said in an interview with the newspaper Manchester Evening News.
Fight spirit and devotion to the new team Ronaldo hastened to immediately fix in his Instagram, signing a snapshot in a new football form fan fanatic Forza Juve (“Forward Juventus”) and adding a hashtag with the motto of the club Fino alla fine (“To the end”).
I’m happy that I will play for such a big club,
– Ronaldo told reporters during a press conference.
The motivation for new sports achievements in Ronaldo definitely is. The club provided the footballer with the most cordial reception, having assigned a salary of 30 million euros a year, and in many respects went to meet the world star. For example, Juventus striker Juan Quadrado gave Cristiano his seventh number, because with this figure on the back Ronaldo played in other clubs and in the team – she even became a part of his nickname CR7.
During the official photo shoot at the stadium in the T-shirt “Juventus” appeared and the son of a football player. Ronaldo also had time to meet new colleagues, but he will start training at the end of the month, when the Italian club will begin pre-season training.
Having lost the opportunity to compete for the world title after the departure of Portugal in the 1/8 finals, Ronaldo already had time to rest in Greece and gain strength. The goals with the new club will be clearly more ambitious – Juventus have not won the Champions League since 1996, and Ronaldo will certainly want to leave a mark in history and help the “old lady” to win the long-awaited trophy.