Cristiano Ronaldo dazzles with goal on debut for Juventus

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He then took his time in the box before firing into the top left of the net.

The ex-Italy worldwide, who retired from football two years ago, wants to play against Cristiano Ronaldo and has told his agent to try to find him a club.

Ten minutes later, he pressured Riccardo Capellini into an own-goal to make it 2-0 to the Bianconero, the name given to Juventus because of its famed white-and-black jersey.

Click through the mini-gallery above to see some images of Ronaldo's first outing with Juve.

On Sunday, thousands of fans flocked to the stadium to catch a glimpse of CR7 at the small town of Villar Perosa outside of Turin, where the pre-season friendly match was played.

Cassano has played for Bari, Roma, AC Milan, Inter, Parma, Sampdoria and Hellas Verona in the past and the most likely destination seems to be a return to Parma, who have just been promoted to Serie A after recovering from financial struggles which sent the club into administration.

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Cristiano Ronaldo is heading back to Real Madrid - with the club planning to celebrate the club record goalscorer's contribution to Los Blancos. Ronaldo tries to keep the ball up for his teammate but mis-controls the ball leaving him red-faced and his opponents in stitches.

He moved from Manchester United to Madrid in 2009, and became the Spanish club's all-time leading scorer with 451 goals in 438 matches.

For the first time in 17 years, though, Juventus fans will not be seeing Buffon on the opening day of the season.

Juventus has won the last seven league titles but has fallen just short in Europe, also losing the Champions League final in 2015 to Barcelona.

"Above all, Ronaldo can motivate the younger lads to grow, and help the whole club to develop". Juventus has lost five finals since its last European Cup success.

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