Cristiano Ronaldo transfer sparks protest in Italy

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A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles union in the south of the country has called for a strike to protest against the purchase of the superstar soccer player by Juventus, which like the carmaker is owned by the Agnelli family.

It would be hugely surprising to see Messi leave Barcelona for Italy any time soon, but Ronaldo's move to Juventus proves anything is possible.

Juventus will pay €100 million ($158 million) for the move and another €12 million in fees to sign the player to a four-year contract.

It said the firm needed to guarantee the future of thousands of people, "rather than enriching only one".

Since Cristiano Ronaldo signed for Serie A giants Juventus he had not uploaded a picture to his social media accounts.

He added: "The marketing leverage that Juventus will be able to create will be significant".

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He is the Spanish club's all-time top scorer with 450 goals in all competitions and won two La Liga titles and four Champions League trophies with them. That means more sponsors, more TV money and more prize money, " he told the BBC.

"It's a pleasure for me and everyone to play with someone like Ronaldo, the best in the world", Cancelo said at his presentation Press conference.

England are out of the World Cup and Roy Keane is reminding everyone when they should be happy.

The powerful Agnelli family including Juventus' president Andrea Agnelli co-own the Turin-based club and Fiat.

Its members will walk out at 22:00 local time on Sunday and remain on strike until 18:00 on the following Tuesday.

While football fans in Italy are celebrating the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, the workers of the Fiat Chrysler plant have gone on a strike.

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