Cristiano Ronaldo arrived in Turin: The Portuguese will sign today for Juventus (video)

Cristiano Ronaldo arrived in Turin: The Portuguese will sign today for Juventus (video)

Juventus and Torino warmly welcomed Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo, coming from Real Madrid, who must undergo medical examinations on Monday and officially sign his contract.

Cristiano Ronaldo arrived on Sunday, a day earlier than expected, and took his fans and the media into the wrong position, as he was not expected to arrive in Turin until Monday morning, and found the city center filled with several thousand posters declaring “bem vido”, “welcome”. In Portuguese.

Monday is scheduled to be devoted to medical examinations, a visit to Juventus facilities, and then the signing of the contract linking him to the “Old Lady” for a period of four years.

A press conference to present his presentation is scheduled for 4:30pm GMT, after which the European champion is scheduled to depart with Portugal to continue his holiday.

According to Italian media, he should only join the rest of the team at the end of July when they tour the United States.

He added: “He is an absolute hero coming up. It will be really interesting to be involved in his daily life, especially at work.” This means in training, commented his future teammate, midfielder Claudio Marchisio. “And if I sound like Tifoso, I have to say it's a great move.”he added.

Even if Ronaldo's visit lasts only 24 hours, it will be “Ronaldo Day” or “Ronaldo Day” in the city, as all media outlets confirm.

Black and white Juventus shirts bearing Ronaldo's No. 7 are selling like hotcakes, and “CR7” flavored ice cream, with a hint of sherry and chocolate, has also been launched in the Piedmont capital.

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Useful for everyone

Naturally, the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo will allow Juventus to finally win the Holy Grail of football that has eluded them for more than 20 years, the Champions League, but also lift up the entire world of Italian football.

“The Champions League in black and white. More than any other wonder, this is what Juve demands from Cristiano.”“, writes Gazzetta Sportiva.

Ronaldo will also have the task of motivating the rest of the squad during the national championship “because after seven consecutive titles and the place already occupied in history, the group will certainly feel satisfied,” Corriere dello Sport said.

“The Champions League is a separate speech, because in the black and white dressing room, everyone is hungry to lift the cup after the disappointments of the past four seasons.” With two defeats in the final and two eliminations in the quarter-finals, according to newspaper estimates.

However, Juventus will not be the only one who will benefit from this, but rather the entire Italian football system, experts believe.

He added: “Ronaldo has more than 300 million followers on social networks, is known in every corner of the planet and is one of the five most famous personalities in the world. This is enough to say that there will be positive effects not only for Juve.” “But for all of Italian football.”Lucio Lamberti, professor at the Polytechnic of Milan, was recently recognized in La Stampa columns.

For the legendary Squadra Azzurra goalkeeper Dino Zoff, world champion in 1982 at the age of 40, “Ronaldo will make a great artistic contribution to Juventus and will raise the overall level of the tournament.”.

“All eyes will be on us and now the entire Italian league can regain lost ground.” Over the past decades, Dino Zoff said in La Stampa columns.

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“The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juve takes us back to that prestigious period in the 1980s and 1990s when Italy gathered champions: from Zico to Falcao, from Platini to Maradona. Of course, we have not returned to this level once, but the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juve takes us back to that prestigious period.” “In the eighties and nineties, when Italy gathered champions: from Zico to Falcao, from Platini to Maradona. Winning the Ballon d'Or five times represents a new beginning.” I recently summarized Il Messaggero.




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