Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer agent, Jorge Mendes, said he was very happy to see the Portuguese mega-star perform brilliantly along with his new club, Juventus. According to him, the 33-year-old player initially needed an adaptation time in Italy which of course would not be easy, but Mendes believes that along with the adaptation process that has gone well so far, Ronaldo will be able to deliver Juventus to embrace the European Champions League trophy.
As is known, Cristiano Ronaldo officially joined Juventus in the summer transfer market yesterday after being redeemed through spending 112 million Euros from the Spanish La Liga giants, Real Madrid. The transfer itself broke the record for Los Blancos’ sales transfers, and on the one hand also became Juventus’s highest purchase record in their history. Pros and cons have sprung up regarding this mega transfer, considering that the concerned person is now 33 years old.
Indeed, at first Cristiano Ronaldo had difficulty adapting to Italian football and Juventus games, as it was difficult to score until he finally scored his first goal at 6th giornata in Serie A. However, after Ronaldo’s goal tap began to open, where so far he has recorded 15 goals in a total of 24 appearances in all competitions for the Bianconneri.
Related to this situation, Ronaldo’s transfer agent, Jorge Mendes claimed to be happy, and he believed his client could deliver Juventus to win the European Champions League title.
“He needed a little time to adapt to living in Italy at first, but then he could find the best form. I also thought it was impossible for him to join Juve, but he really wanted to join Turin and in the end everything went well. With the summer bringing Cristiano and Joao Cancelo, Juve will certainly be a strong candidate to win the Champions League title, “Mendes said.
“It will be like a dream that becomes a reality for Cristiano to win the Champions League with Juve, but there are many factors needed in this competition, including luck,” he added.
Juventus did crave the European Champions League trophy, as well as the fact that they have never won the title since 1996.