- Ronaldo joins Italian Serie A champions Juventus in a four year deal worth £100 million
- He spent nine seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu winning over 15 titles for Real Madrid in the process
- The Portugal star won four UEFA Champions League titles during his reign at the Spanish League side
Juventus completed the signing of Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo in a four year deal worth over £100 million.
The 33-year-old will wear jersey number 7 for the Italian League champions with immediate effect from this season.
However, the club's fans have trooped out in their numbers to show their support to buy the Portuguese's new shirt.
Several Juve fans were sighted posing outside of the club's official store on Wednesday with 'Ronaldo 7' shirts.
The five time ballon d'Or winner initially wore jersey number 9 on his arrival to the Santiago Bernabeu but took over the No 7 top at Raul's departure from the club in 2010.
Ronaldo has series of businesses across Portugal - ranging from clothing lines and hotels in Lisbon and Madeira under the CR7 branding.
Juventus announced the £100 million deal on their various social media handles with Ronaldo in his usual celebration, however, they used the No 7 in his name to confirm his new shirt number.
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According to Dailymail, Ronaldo's agent will earn a whopping £10.6 million from the deal that saw the current FIFA world's best player join Serie A giants.
Meanwhile, Sporting Lisbon and Manchester United are expected to share a total of £4.4m, making the deal worth more than £100 million.
Sponsors Fiat agreed to shoulder the burden of his £26.6m-a-year wages, helping to ease money fears but the total cost to club will be £310 million over four years.
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Ronaldo met club president Andrea Agnelli on Tuesday afternoon in a hotel in Greece before agreeing the four-year deal worth an estimated £500,000 a week.
Legit.ng previously reported that Juventus signed Cristiano Ronaldo in four year deal worth £88 million from Real Madrid this summer.
After the exit of Portugal at the 2018 FIFA World Cup where they were sent out in the round of 16 stages, Cristiano Ronaldo took his family to Greece for holiday to relax before the new season will kick off.
Ronaldo who joined Real Madrid from Manchester United in 2008 for a then world record £80 million is the La Liga club's all-time top scorer with 451 goals in all competitions.
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