Possible Records Cristiano Ronaldo Can Break At Juventus

Possible records Cristiano Ronaldo can break at Juventus

5) First Player to win Serie A, Premier league and La Liga

While Ronaldo’s time at Real Madrid was nothing less than triumphant, the fact that he only won two La Liga titles during his time in Spain is a little surprising. Nevertheless, he has about 4 Champions league titles and numerous Ballon D’Or titles to show for his success. In the Premier league too, Ronaldo had unprecedented success winning the Premier league and Champions league titles. Now 33, Ronaldo should be on decline however, the Portuguese just completed a 100 million move to Juventus. While his biggest task at Juve will be to bring the Old Lady to the apex of European football, he himself will be keen on winning the Serie A title as well. If he does so and remembering that Juve have won the last seven league titles, Ronaldo will become the first player in history to win league titles in 3 different countries.

4) Champions league titles with 3 different clubs

The Portuguese has reached the pinnacle of European football on numerous occasions now. He was on the winning side when Manchester United defeated Chelsea in Moscow; however, was on the losing end when Barca defeated United in Rome in 2009. At Real Madrid, he scored a goal in the final against rivals, Atletico Madrid, in Lisbon as Real ended their wait for La Decima. And since then, Real have added 3 more titles to their collection and Ronaldo has been integral in those successful runs. Like discussed previously, Juve’s prime ambition is to conquer Europe and by bringing in Ronaldo, they want to take the next step. On a personal level too, this will be some achievement for the Portuguese who will join Clarence Seedorf as the only other player to have the European title with three different clubs.

3) Most goals scored in a season in Serie A

For years before joining Real Madrid, Ronaldo was an out and out winger scoring goals every now and then. However at Real Madrid, he amazingly evolved into a regular goal scorer and towards the end of his time with Real almost became a poacher in the box. This helped Ronaldo get in the right positions at the right time and scored myriad goals. At Juve, he will be once again at the centre of everything Bianconeri do. He has a challenge ahead of himself and will be keen on surpassing former teammate Higuain’s record of 36 goals in a single season in the Serie A.

2) First player to top scoring charts in three different leagues

If Ronaldo were to top the goal scoring charts in Italy this season, he would become the first player in the world to have become top goal scorer in three different leagues. He won the Premier league golden boot in 2007/08 season while was often the winner of the golden boot in La Liga winning it on three different occasions. His strongest competitor will be Ciro Immobile, who won the Golden boot in Italy last season.

1) Top Scorer for Juve in all competitions

Ronaldo has yet to get into the kind of groove which helped him score 50 goals in each of his last 8 seasons with Real Madrid. However, that is partly down to Ronaldo and his new-teammates still trying to understand each other’s game. Nevertheless, signs have been thereand Ronaldo is already looking like ready to make a difference in big games for the Old Lady. Currently, the record for most goals scored for Juve in all competitions is held by Ferenc Herzer who scored 35 goals in the 1925-26 season. If Ronaldo were to get anywhere near to the levels he reached at Real Madrid, the record could soon be broken.