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If in the next four years Juve win Europe's premier prize, then Ronaldo will have done his job and been worth every penny as far as Andrea Agnelli and the rest are concerned.
Ronaldo might be incredibly talented, but it's the hard work he's put in over the years that has seen him reach the summit of world football - and stay there.
To become the best you have to belief you're the best, and perhaps the striker's greatest attribute is his unwavering self-confidence - or, as others would call it, his arrogance.
It's required to excel in any discipline, but it has also seen Ronaldo bump heads with other arrogant individuals on the way to the top, and none come bigger than Real Madrid president Florentino Perez.
The duo have always had a pretty rocky relationship, but in recent months it's deteriorated significantly. I am glad he has five European Cups, like me.
The same thing is heard every summer and then nothing happens. On the contrary, Ronaldo enjoys a completely different relationship with Juventus president Andrea Agnelli.
The Portuguese spoke to the year-old up to 28 times on the phone prior to agreeing terms, and is a big fan of not only his project, but everything that comes with it: That said, everyone on the planet would rather go out like Paul Scholes - heralded as one of the greatest footballers the world has ever seen after retiring at Manchester United; a title he never held as a player - than go out like Wayne Rooney, who, shortly after becoming the Red Devils' all-time record goalscorer was ushered out the back door never to be heard from again.
You could argue that for the time being at least there is no danger of Ronaldo being discarded - he was still a vitally important player for Los Blancos last season.
But he's also 33 years old, and, he's smart. He knows a club like Real Madrid won't think twice about waving him off for the next best thing - a Kylian Mbappe or an Eden Hazard.
Sentimentality doesn't exist at the top. And while Juventus isn't a step down per se - it's not like he's gone to the MLS or China - it's an intelligent move.
In Italy Ronaldo will have less competition for a place in the first team, he'll also be coming up against weaker teams in Serie A, and, as everyone knows, Juventus are the dominant force in Italy, meaning winning silverware shouldn't be a problem.
Ronaldo has said goodbye to Real Madrid in the best possible way - exactly like Zindedine Zidane - as a three-time Champions League winner in the last three years.
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How to watch Juventus v Real Madrid as a subscriber. Real Madrid, fresh from securing their first La Liga crown in five years, are now aiming to make history by becoming the first team to successfully defend the trophy in the Champions League era.
Standing in their way are a Juventus side who have endured 21 years of hurt since Alessandro Del Piero, Gianluca Vialli, Fabrizio Ravanelli and company defeated Ajax on penalties in the final.
Leading from the first game thanks to a Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick , Real suddenly found themselves down inside 16 minutes after a furious early flurry from the hosts.
The goals come in a natural way, they make me happy. The head-to-head record between these two behemoths is perfectly equal, with eight wins apiece and two draws in their 18 previous encounters.
However, their most high-profile encounter to date was in the final, when a Juventus side featuring Zidane went down to a solitary goal from Predrag Mijatovic.
In an intriguing twist of fate, the shoe is now on the other foot for Zidane as he plots the Italians' downfall 19 years on from that crushing disappointment.
Zidane will be well aware that for all Juventus' wealth of domestic accolades, the club affectionately known as the 'Old Lady' have too often been cast in the role of bridesmaids in this particular showpiece.
They have lost a record six of their eight finals to date, with the defeat by Real since being followed by a shoot-out reverse to AC Milan at Old Trafford in and a beating by Barcelona in For Buffon, in particular, the stakes in Cardiff could hardly be higher as he gears up for potentially his last chance to add the one prize still missing from his glittering CV.
The year-old will go down as one of the game's true legends after a trophy-laden career spanning over 20 years and more than 1, games.
He has won 24 domestic honours and lifted the World Cup in , but is yet to hoist the most coveted piece of silverware in club world football.
Buffon, who played in Juventus' two most recent final defeats, insists he merits Champions League glory.