- Juve new signing Cristiano Ronaldo flaunts his family's portrait dressed in the club's jersey on social media
- The former Manchester United star joined the Italian topflight side this summer from Real Madrid
- He has been tipped to bring Champions League glory to the Old Lady during his reign at the club
Portugal superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has taken to social media to share stunning picture of his entire family modelling Juventus kit.
The 33-year-old ended his nine year reign with current Champions League holders Real Madrid this summer after helping them win their 13th UCL title in May.
He made his debut for the Italian League gaints in their 3-2 win over Chevio in their Serie A opener last weekend.
Ronaldo while posting the picture captured it: "The Bianconera family" - in tribute to Juventus' nickname.
The 33-year-old's arrival in Turin has been tipped to take Juve to the next level, particularly in Europe.
He failed to score in his debut for his new side but the Mirror reports that the match drew huge viewing figures in Italy.
However, his fans in the UK will have to wait to catch a glimpse of his home debut will have to wait.
Reports in Italy according to the Mirror also reveal that the FA enforced a rule to black out coverage either on television or from a legal streams between 2:45pm and 5:15pm is designed to protect domestic football and live gates.
With a 5pm kick-off scheduled, Eleven Sports will leave the live commentary over the top of blacked out screen with a message explaining the situation for the first 15 minutes.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Cristiano Ronaldo made his debut for Juventus 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.
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