A trio with Dybala and Higuain? How Juventus could line up with Cristiano Ronaldo
If you can’t beat him, sign him!
With Cristiano Ronaldo edging ever closer to leaving Real Madrid for Juventus , Old Lady supporters are understandably giddy with excitement about the prospect of their nemesis joining them in Turin.
After all, their beloved Bianconeri have suffered more than most at the hands of the prolific Portuguese, who struck twice against the Italians in the 2017 Champions League final, as well as netting three times when the two sides met across two legs in the quarter-finals of last season’s competition.