The 33-year-old Portugal star is set to sign for Juventus this summer after he chose to leave Real Madrid after nine years with the Spanish club.
The Bianconeri announced the signing of the Portuguese worldwide on Tuesday, following weeks of speculation that the 33-year-old wanted to leave Real.
He was once directly asked whether he would consider a move for Ronaldo and claimed it would be hard to turn down such a talent though he believes it's impossible to get him from Real.
"The time has come to open a new stage in my life, that's why I asked the club to accept transferring me", Ronaldo wrote. He won the Champions League four times with Real and was twice crowned La Liga champion.
He has scored a record 120 Champions League goals, 105 of them since moving to Madrid - 12 more than Juventus managed in that same period.
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The Agnellis also own 64 per cent of Juventus, the club Ronaldo will join next season after nine years of playing for the Spanish team, reports Independent UK.
But he was unhappy with the way the tax authorities treated him in Spain.
Andrea Agnelli, the chairman of Juventus, flew out to Greece personally in order to meet Ronaldo and finalise the historic deal.
In Italy, a new law caps tax on income generated from overseas at €100,000 ($117,000) per year for residents who have paid their taxes in other countries for at least nine of the last 10 years.
"It was Cristiano Ronaldo who was the first to believe in this operation, the first to launch it".
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