The Old Lady secured an unprecedented seventh consecutive league title in Italy last term and continental dominance is being pursued as a natural next step with the acquisition of the European competition specialist Ronaldo and, it would seem, his old manager Zidane. "It's not easy to substitute them and more after winning three Champions Leagues in a row", he said.
Ronaldo, who passed a medical at the club's Allianz Stadium yesterday, insisted he is more driven than the usual mid-thirties star name who heads for "China or Qatar" for a final pay day and promised to prove he is "different" to his peers.
"I'd like to come back [to Italy] to play in the Champions League", he said. Players around my age are going to other countries like China. "I want to leave my mark on Juve".
"I didn't want to stay in my comfort zone after what I did for Manchester and Real Madrid".
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Along with Mr Johnson, the man who had been leading the Brexit negotiations, David Davis , also quit in protest. He added: "I can fully understand why should thought it was a bit tough and maybe someday she'll do that".
Ronaldo fever has swept Turin since he shocked the world by moving to Juve, and numerous youngsters who came out to greet their new hero were wearing Juventus shirts emblazoned with "Ronaldo" and the number 7, which have been selling quickly in Turin.
"I'm here because it's a brand new challenge for my career, Juventus is a big club".
After joining from city rivals Atletico Madrid as a youth player in 1992, Raul broke into the first team as a teenager just two years later and went on to make 741 appearances for the club, scoring 323 goals.
"I am well - physically, mentally and emotionally", Ronaldo said. "Being welcomed this way is so rewarding".
"I'm so proud to be here, I'm proud they were interested in me and I hope I can take Juventus to an even higher level", he added.