The 33-year-old has sealed a switch from Real Madrid to Turin but will the five-time Ballon d’Or winner be able to replicate his European success?
Cristiano Ronaldo has called time on his Real Madrid career after nine years, dozens of titles and 450 goals in the Spanish capital.
A £105m transfer has seen the 33-year-old move to Italian champions Juventus, where he is just 6/10 (1.60) with dabblebet to win the Serie A title in his debut campaign in Italy.
While Ronaldo’s arrival only strengthens Juve’s dominant domestic standing, the Old Lady will hope that the five-time Champions League winner can bring European success to Turin.
Despite winning the last three editions of the competition, Real Madrid are 6/1 (7.0) to triumph in Europe once more with Bayern Munich (13/2) and Paris Saint-Germain (7/1) next in what looks another extremely open betting heat.
Ronaldo is the competition’s all-time leading scorer with 120 goals in 153 games and considering the Italian side have contested two of the last four Champions League finals, adding such firepower should only increase their chances of going one better next season.
Juventus fans will already be acutely aware of Ronaldo’s prowess, having seen the Portugal international score a total of 10 goals in just seven games against them in his career to date.
That tally is more than the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has managed against any other Champions League opponent and the prolific forward should ensure that Juve remain legitimate contenders in Europe’s premier club competition.
Those who believe the Old Lady can complete a Serie A and Champions League double next term can get 14/1 (15.0) on that particular double with dabblebet.