Ronaldo joined Juventus from Real Madrid in one of the most expensive deal in the summer of 2018.
He signed a four year deal with the Turn based club after ending his nine year reign with Los Blancos – However, he has moved on from his slow start to this league season as he hilariously photobombs a Juventus TV journalist while filing his report Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo seems to be enjoying new life at Juventus despite his slow start in the Serie A this season. The 33-year-old joined the Old Lady in a four year deal worth £88 million but has fired blank in his first two matches for the club. He came close to netting his first goal in their 2-0 victory over Lazio at the Allianz Stadium last weekend but his shot was blocked and Mario Mandzukic eventually buried the chance.
However, the former Manchester United handler has refused to allow his no-scoring form to the start of the 2018-19 Serie A season affect . Ronaldo took time out of training to hilariously photobomb a TV reporter during a live broadcast for Juventus TV from the club’s training base in Turin. The Portuguese star leaped into shot behind the presenter with a cheeky grim beaming across his face. Having made an unscripted appearance behind the reporter, he then qquickly left the journalist to continue his job.
Massimiliano Allegri’s men maintain their 100% win run to the start of the present season following their victories over Chievio and Lazio in their first two matches. And they will continue their title defence this weekend when they clash against Parma away from home, while Ronaldo continues to search for his first Serie A goal. The former Manchester United forward ended his nine year reign with the current Champions League holders after helping them clinch their 13th UCL title in May.
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He scored an incredible 450 goals in 438 matches during his nine-year reign at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Earlier, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a stunning goal during his side’s training ahead of their weekend clash against Parma.
He was sighted celebrating wildly as Max Allegri put his side through their paces in training as they continue their title defence. Despite his slow start in front of goal, Juventus have started the season on a positive note and sit on top of Serie A with maximum points from their opening two matches.