Published: Sat, July 14, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Ryan Giggs Has an Interesting Take on Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer

Ryan Giggs Has an Interesting Take on Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer

Both the football club and the carmaker are controlled by the Agnelli family through their holding company.

The USB union said that the £99 million required to sign the 33-year-old player to Juventus should have been invested to safeguard the future of Fiat's future of thousands of people, "rather than enriching only one".

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Ronaldo met Juventus club president Andrea Agnelli on Tuesday afternoon in a hotel in Greece, where he is on holiday with his girlfriend and family, before agreeing a four-year deal worth an estimated £500,000 a week.

The marketing leverage that Juventus will be able to create will be significant.

Liverpool FC finished in fourth place in the Premier League table last season as they secured Champions League qualification for next season. "That means more sponsors, more TV money and more prize money", he told BBC.

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Cristiano Ronaldo's big pay day didn't sit well for some Fiat employees who plan to hold a strike in protest of the owner's purchase of the soccer star.

He has recently returned from the World Cup, where he made four appearances and scored once as Colombia lost on penalties to England in the last-16.

Both Fiat Chrysler (FCA) and Juventus are controlled by Exor, the investment holding of Italy's Agnelli family, which owns almost 30 percent of the carmaker and 64 percent of the soccer team.

However, the impact of the stoppage is likely to be limited.

The independent union conducting the strike is not part of the larger national labour confederations and does not represent all workers at Melfi.

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