Ronaldo alone can not win for Juve, says Napoli midfielder

Ronaldo alone can not win for Juve, says Napoli midfielder

Ronaldo recently moved to Juventus from European champions Real Madrid, completing his switch to the Italian title-holders after almost ten years in the Spanish capital.

Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted that the reception Juventus fans gave him after his remarkable overhead kick goal against them a year ago helped sway him to join the Serie A side.

Ronaldo will be busy trying to help Juventus win an eighth straight Scudetto and the Champions League this season, but he revealed that he enjoys other sports during his down time.

"He's very competitive. He's like me as a child".

Allan, whose Napoli side won 2-1 at Lazio, is happy to see a player of Ronaldo's pedigree in Italy's top flight and thinks it will be a boost to the competition. I like how they train, their mentality.

Juventus have won the European Cup twice, the last coming in 1996, and have been runners-up five times since.

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The former United man then went on to explain why the Portuguese superstar could see his new team all the way to the final of Europe's flagship tournament.

Just over three months later, Ronaldo signed for Juventus in a €100m deal, and he has admitted that the reaction to his acrobatic goal was one of the factors which persuaded him to join.

Cuadrado had held the No. 7 ever since he began his second loan spell with the Old Lady in 2016 and he kept a hold of it when his deal was made permanent a year ago.

The forward himself has said helping Juventus to its first Champions League title in more than two decades is a motive, and Rooney believes his former teammate can achieve that feat describing Ronaldo's presence as a "huge bonus" for the Italian league. "(It) was, in my opinion, the best goal in my career so far.

"[It] surprised me a lot because this has never happened in my life, so [it] was [an] unbelievable moment".

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