Cristiano Ronaldo speaks about his aims for Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo speaks about his aims for Juventus

"The 10 employees, who had been tasked with providing services to Ronaldo's family and to keep them away from the paparazzi, each received €2,000", the Greek online sports magazine, Sportime.gr, reported.

Juventus and former Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo tipped a luxurious resort in Greece a whopping GBP 17,850 that roughly amounts to Rs 16 lakh.

Ronaldo's income from his previous club Real Madrid was reportedly about US$650,000 a week, meaning the tip he left for hotel staff was less than 1 per cent of his monthly income.

Juventus's record signing Cristiano Ronaldo at a news conference on Monday has said his move from Real Madrid was a "well thought out decision" as he aims to help his new club win their first Champions League title in more than two decades.

"It was an honour and a great experience for our team to look after Cristiano Ronaldo and his family", staff wrote sharing pictures on social media with the superstar.

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For a long time, Spanish fiscal law turned a blind eye to image rights companies being set up by players outside of Spain.

The Portugal global left Real Madrid to join the Italian champions this summer following a nine-year spell at the Bernabeu.

The player will be earning way more at Juventus than he did at Madrid, having signed a four-year deal worth €30m a season, and the friendlier tax decrees should leave him feeling quite relieved.

"I want to show that I'm not like the others, I'm different". I will work hard.

"Players of my age go to China or Qatar so coming to such an important club at this stage in my career makes me very happy".

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