Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed a deal to join Juventus 1 year ago

Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed a deal to join Juventus

Real Madrid have agreed to let the Portugese player leave.

Five time Ballon d'or winner Cristiano Ronaldo has left Real Madrid and signed for Juventus.

Juventus will pay €100m for the Portugese striker, who turned 33 in February.

Real Madrid confirmed the transfer in a statement on Tuesday evening.

Ronaldo left Manchester United to join Real Madrid in 2009, and won four C.L titles with the Spanish giants.

He scored 451 goals for the side in 438 games, and won 17 major trophies in total.

He is set to sign for the Italian side just weeks after being knocked out of the World Cup.

Ronaldo himself got off to a brilliant start in the tournament, scoring an incredible hat-trick against Spain, but had an extremely disappointing end after being knocked out by Uruguay in the last 16.

Juventus themselves have had quite a successful recent history, having won the past 7 Serie A titles.

In recent years they've failed to win the CL with Ronaldo often inflicting the damage.

In April, Ronaldo scored a stunning bicycle kick in a 3-0 victory against Juve.

The goal in question led to the Juventus fans awarding Ronaldo a standing ovation, which is a sight we may well get used to seeing.

Ronaldo himself has penned a letter to the Madrid fans, thanking them for the time he spent.