He would have stayed in Madrid, the Juve manager who didn't want CR7

Apparently not everyone was happy with Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival in Italy

By William Estrella

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo
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Cristiano Ronaldo shocked the soccer world in 2018, when after winning his last Champions League, he announced that he would leave Real Madrid to join another of the great European teams: the Juventus. His departure from Spain caused great sadness among Merengues fans, who to this day lament how the one who has been their top idol of the last era left the club.

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Ronaldo decided to sign for Juventus, who at the time were dominating Serie A, but had been constantly denied the Champions League title and CR7 was hired for that purpose. However, the Portuguese was unable to lead them to continental glory either, but he did leave his mark on the club by scoring more than 100 goals in just three years with the Turin team.

Although he was unable to help Juventus win the Champions League, the signing of the Portuguese star with the Serie A team seemed to be a move celebrated by everyone in the Italian league, as they acquired the services of one of the best in the world and undoubtedly the audience numbers during Cristiano's time in Italy increased considerably.

However, it seems that not everyone was in agreement with his signing for Juventus, as the Italian team's advisor, Beppe Marotta has assured that he did not want Cristiano and advised against signing him. "I did not agree with Cristiano's operation," he said. In that sense, let's remember that Juventus paid 117 million euros to sign the Portuguese, who won five titles with the team.

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CR7's numbers at Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo was unable to win the Champions League with Juventus, however in just three years in Turin, he scored a total of 101 goals in 134 games. In addition, he was Serie A scoring champion in the 2020/21 season and won two Serie A titles, two Italian Super Cups and one Italian Cup.

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