‘It’s coming’ – Ronaldo hopeful of UCL Glory with Juventus


Ronaldo JuventusJuventus superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo is confident he will win UEFA Champions League title with the Serie A giants insisting “it’s coming”.

Juve lifted their eight successive Serie A titles last season and are eyeing European glory following five runners-up medals since their last Champions League triumph in 1996.

Italian champions have been runners-up to Barcelona in 2015 as well as Ronaldo’s own Madrid side in 2017, with the Portuguese netting a brace in the final.

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Ronaldo a five-time Champions League winner who celebrated four titles with Real Madrid – was unable to help Juve past the quarter-finals in his first season last term.

The Italian side fell to Ajax in the quarter-final round after the Dutch side topped Ronaldo’s former club Real Madrid in the Round of 16.

However, while the forward admitted that he was unsure whether a triumph would come this year, Ronaldo believes Maurizio Sarri’s Juve are poised to conquer Europ and that it will happen sooner rather than later.

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“After winning what I won at Madrid I needed a change and new motivation,” Ronaldo told Marca.

“I still have the strength to keep winning.

“Juventus will win the Champions League. I don’t know if it’ll be this year or the next, but it’s coming.”


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