- Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo will play for the first time in front of Juve fans on Sunday, August 12
- He joined the Serie A champions from Real Madrid after crashing out of 2018 FIFA World Cup
- The former Man United star ended his reign with Real Madrid after helping them win their 13th Champions League title
Juventus new signing Cristiano Ronaldo is set to make his debut for the Turin side in a friendly encounter against the club's Team B in their annual traditional friendly on Sunday.
The 33-year-old ended his reign with 13-time Chapions League winners Real Madrid this summer to seek a fresh challenge in the Serie A.
He signed a four year deal with the Old lady valued at £99 million and Juve fans might watch the star striker play for the first time in the encounter.
SunSport quoting Daily Mirror report that the Portugal international will start in the game that takes place in the town of Villas Peros, at the foot of the Italian Alps.
The match will afford the Agnelli family, Juventus owners and the family that funded the purchase of Ronaldo, to see him in action as the friendly will be played in the town that they call home, in front of just 5,000 fans.
According to the Sun, tickets for this game have already been sold out and extra security has been brought in for the game.
Fans unable to get tickets to the game will have to make the 300 kilometre journey to the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi to see Ronaldo's first competitive game.
Ronaldo is expected to play his first competitive Serie A match for Juve this season against Chievo on August 18.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Juventus mega signing Cristiano Ronaldo trained for the first time with his new teammates on Tuesday.
The Portuguese superstar joined the Old Lady in a four year deal valued at £99 million summer move from Real Madrid this summer, as he was put through a pre-season physical.
He spent nine seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu and won a total of 16 majo titles - four of which were Champions Leagues.
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