Ronaldos Juventus move sparks strike in Italy

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According to the report by BBC, the Unione Sindacale di Base (USB) union feels that spending huge some money on Ronaldo means Fiat is missing out on investment.

The five-time Ballon d'Or victor recently appeared at the World Cup in Russian Federation, where he scored four goals in his team's run to the last 16 stage.

France may have won the World Cup but Fiat's union has gone on strike over the Juventus soccer club's €112 million ($A176.3m) signing of Portuguese football star, Ronaldo.

The club will no doubt lean on its splashy new singing to reverse its European fortunes - though Ronaldo will be joined by other Juve newcomers.

He is expected to hold a news conference at the Juventus stadium later in the afternoon.

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Buying one of the top two players in the world means aiming even higher, but he'll have to adapt and the team will have to adapt to him. Real Madrid, Man United and Juventus. Graham analyses Real's targets including Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Eden Hazard.

But with Ronaldo now 33 years old and having cast doubt on his future in Spain after their Champions League title win in May, all parties agreed to move on.

Fiat factory workers in Italy can think of a few things they'd rather see their owner spend $US130 million ($176 million) on than Cristiano Ronaldo.

However he also committed one of the biggest howlers of the tournament, needlessly gifting Mario Mandzukic a late goal and giving Croatia a glimpse of hope when the game should have been dead and buried.

The Italian side announced the player's €100 million (R1.55 billion) move from Los Blancos last week, following weeks of speculation as to whether or not he would indeed leave Santiago Bernabeu.

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