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Fiat workers to strike following Cristiano Ronaldo's €105m transfer to Juventus

Fiat workers to strike following Cristiano Ronaldo's €105m transfer to Juventus

He has shown consistently that he has what it takes to be Madrid player.

The club most regularly associated with a move for Hazard is - of course - none other than Real Madrid. But he never has-and likely never will-win a World Cup trophy. Mbappe would give Madrid a top name who could attract headlines, and is a promising talent who could thrive for nearly a decade at the highest level.

Juventus, victor of a record seven consecutive Serie A championships, has seen its share price rise about 35 per cent since talk of a deal for the star player surfaced last week.

Whilst it would take a lot for Pellegrini to convince the 87-capped Croatia global to swap Turin for east London, with Ronaldo's arrival, his opportunities for first-team football will surely be limited to say the least. Kane, at 24, is three years younger than Hazard, and his full potential remains largely unknown.

EA Sports will have to change all of its covers and marketing materials to reflect the change of club by having Ronaldo in a Juventus shirt so it doesn't look outdated. This would be a loaded lineup that would be expected to produce 100 goals on the season.

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While Italian football was once the place to be for the games biggest names back in the '90s, the big money imports into Italy have dried up in more recent years. Both have spent a lot of time on the bench under coach Zinedine Zidane. He has that now that: "I did it in England, I did it in Spain, I'm going to do it in Italy. and I did it with Portugal".

The same article states that the Catalan side have identified the Belgium worldwide as a player capable of improving Ernesto Valverde's squad ahead of the new La Liga season.

The team's midfield will remain the same, with Casemiro protecting the defense behind Tony Kroos and Luka Modric. Unlike at Madrid, Ronaldo seemingly felt that he would be appreciated at the Italian club.

Few clubs can match the prestige of playing for Madrid, who have won the Champions League in four of the past five seasons, so there is sure to be a lengthy queue ready to take the mantle.

"It was very nice to be in Madrid", he said at the time, using the past tense.