Juventus pay millions to maintain Ronaldo's habits

Juventus pay millions to maintain Ronaldo's habits

Juventus are investing millions in the transfer market to maintain Ronaldo's scoring habits in order to secure the Champions League

The Serie A eight times winners in a row are hoping to bring their biggest dream, the Champions League back to Turin after 23 years since they last won it in 1996.

Scoring goals might be a habit to forwards and to Cristiano Ronaldo, it might be a crucial factor to win his sixth Champions League title with Juventus and the more help he gets the more chance he will score more goals for La Juve.

The Portuguese beast was a scoring machine with Real Madrid and a big assist in winning the Champions League four times in the last five years and when it comes to this competition, it's safe to say that Ronaldo is the best yet to dominate it, having scored 126 goals so far which makes him the top scorer of the history of this European competition.

Juventus knows very well that in order to make that dream happen, they need to assist Ronaldo with the best players in order to help him continue his habits one way or another, that's why they are investing in this transfer market to try and form the dream team.

The Bianconeri have already made some transfers this summer by signing players like Ramsey, Pellegrini, Rabiot, Romero and lastly the golden boy Matthijs de Ligt and reports have it that the Italian giants are keen on signing Mauro Icardi to help Ronaldo in the front.

The Portuguese star scored only six goals in the Champions League last season which is his lowest number in the last years since he scored 15 goals the year before to help Real Madrid win their 13th Champions League, Juventus are willing to increase that number this season by forming a competitive team with Ronaldo as the main star in the front and with Sarri as a commander and leader.

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However, Juventus are still having some problems to solve as well as they have some unwanted players to sell to avoid fair play violations and to secure players wages and of course to make more important signing and Gonzalo Higuaín and Mario Mandžukić could be the first in the transfer listed page as the Italian champions need to have only the players who could prove worthy of taking the club to the next level.

Reports coming from Italy also claim that the club might be open to give up their young talented forward Moise Kean as well and Everton are keen on signing the Italian but recent reports also claim that the Spanish giants Barcelona showed interest in the player and could see in him the best replacement for Luis Suarez in the coming years.