'Please understand': Ronaldo pens emotional letter to Real fans

'Please understand': Ronaldo pens emotional letter to Real fans

'Please understand': Ronaldo pens emotional letter to Real fans

Ronaldo, 33, completed a reported €100million move from Real Madrid to Turin on Tuesday, ending a highly successful nine-year career with the LaLiga giants.

"I ask everyone, and especially our supporters, to please understand me". "I'm leaving but this shirt, this crest and the Santiago Bernabeu will continue to always feel as my own wherever I am".

Reports in the Spanish media suggested that Liverpool FC could spend a club transfer record fee on the Real Madrid playmaker to fill Philippe Coutinho's void at the Anfield outfit.

"Beyond the conquered titles, the trophies achieved and the triumphs achieved on the playing fields during these nine years, Cristiano Ronaldo has been an example of dedication, work, responsibility, talent and improvement". After the deal, Cristiano Ronaldo wrote an official letter to Real Madrid fans saying he only has feelings of enormous gratitude for Real Madrid club and the city. "Juventus are delighted to announce that the five-time Ballon d'Or victor has signed for the club on a four-year contract until 30 June 2022".

"United have been interested in Ronaldo and they've been linked with him every single year since he left in 2009".

But one particular message might stand out from all the others after Brazilian great - and fellow contender for the tag of the greatest of all time - Pele, tweeted the Portuguese superstar to congratulate him on this next step.

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Juventus revealed in a club statement that they would pay 100 million euros ($A158 million) to Madrid over two financial years and "additional costs" of 12 million euros ($A19 million).

The deal also fits in with the Italian club's efforts to re-establish its reputation in an era of Premier League and La Liga dominance. My respect and recognition to them all.

"Marco does not move, he stays at Real Madrid", Gaggioli told Calcio Mercato.

Ronaldo is now enjoying a brief break in Greece following Portugal's exit from the World Cup, where they were defeated 2-1 by Uruguay in the round of 16. He later played down the comment, but doubts over his future at Madrid lingered, especially after he had also threatened to leave the previous year.

According to Catalan daily Mundo Deportivo, the Italian has communicated to the Chelsea hierarchy that he does not want Hazard and Willian to walk out of the club in the ongoing window.

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