Ronaldo was applauded at Juventus Stadium last season after scoring a great overhead kick in the Champions League quarterfinals. AFP / Marco BERTORELLO
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Spain's media said goodbye to superstar Cristiano Ronaldo while Italy's welcomed him Friday after persistent reports that the five-time Ballon d'Or winner will leave Real Madrid for Juventus. "Ciao CR7" said the main headline of Barcelona daily newspaper Mundo Deportivo.Spanish sport newspaper AS said that the player could be unveiled to Juve supporters in Turin as early as Saturday, with the date 7/7 symbolic for No. 7 Ronaldo.Numerous media outlets have reported since Wednesday that Juventus offered the galactico a four-year contract with 30 million euros per year.Real Madrid has won the La Liga twice and the Champions league four times since Ronaldo moved there from Manchester United in 2009 .
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