- Max Allegri warns Ronaldo's move to Juventus will put much pressure on the team
- The Portugal international completed a £88m switch from Real Madrid this summer
- Ronaldo will make his Juventus debut in a Serie A match against Chievo Verona
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has revealed he is worried after the club's signing of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid, AS reports.
Ronaldo left los Blancos after nine record-breaking years adding more bite to a team that have already won seven Serie A titles in succession.
But according to a quote reported by Spanish news media outlet, Allegri warned: "Cristiano has lots of international experience and he will help us a lot, but we have to be careful.
"There is too much euphoria around us and it's not good.
"This year will be more difficult than others. Opponents will be more aggressive because we have won many games and now have an excellent player like him. They will accept it and also, they will have more motivation.
"With Ronaldo, I spoke about how happy and enthusiastic he is about coming here. There will be time to speak about football."
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had earlier reported Cristiano Ronaldo will make his debut for Juventus in a Serie A match against Chievo Verona.
The Portuguese is currently on a tour in china as he Juventus teammates are sweating it out in the camp in the United States.
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