Juventus’ new record signing has officially accepted a £12.2 million fine as well as a two-year suspended prison sentence.
Juve’s newest star is looking set to light the Serie A on fire and as the beginning of next season draws closer, he has now closed a rather turbulent chapter in his career.
It has emerged that he has accepted a £12.2 million fine as well as a two-year suspended prison sentence that was imposed on him due to a dispute over tax fraud.
Signing for the Italian giants for a fee believed to be in the region of £100 million, Ronaldo will look to emulate his Champions League-winning success on Turin soil.
After winning three consecutive trophies as part of Zinedine Zidane’s side, the challenges that remained in the Santiago Bernabeu just didn’t remain for the Portuguese superstar and now, at the age of 33, he will look to embrace a new setting.
With the beginning of Juve’s season drawing ever closer, expect many new eyes to be fixated on the club as they look to make the most of their newly-acquired asset.
Cillian Cunningham, Pundit Arena