Ronaldo admits joining Juventus to help them win Champions League as Paul Pogba to leave Manchester United for Juve

Cristiano Ronaldo has said he isn’t fixated on winning the Champions League, however admittedd he joined Juventus to enable them to claim the title without precedent for more than two decades.

Ronaldo has won the competition five times already, including in each of the last three seasons with Real Madrid.

Ronaldo has won the competition five times already, including in each of the last three seasons with Real Madrid.

Juve on the other hand, have reached the final twice in the last four years, but have not won it since 1996.

“I don’t see the Champions League as an obsession,” Ronaldo said at a news conference on Monday.

“As the president has told me, it’s not an obsession but a dream. I’m here to help Juventus make it come true. It’s possible.” Madrid beat Juve in the final in 2017, with Ronaldo scoring twice in Cardiff.

Paul Pogba to leave Manchester United for Juventus

France midfielder, Paul Pogba wants to leave Manchester United and return to Juventus.

The 25-year-old has, however, struggled to find consistency for United and his displays were criticised by manager, Jose Mourinho.

Tuttosport reports that Pogba is keen to leave Old Trafford and wants a return to his former club, Juventus.

The newspaper also reports that the Serie A champions’ decision to sign Cristiano Ronaldo for €100 million (£88.5m) is one of the driving forces behind the Frenchman’s desire to move back to Italy.

The midfielder was in Turin for four seasons after being allowed to leave Manchester United on a free transfer as a youngster, rose to prominence and helped Juve win four Serie A titles as well as the Coppa Italia on two occasions.

Jose Mourinho re-signed Pogba from Juve for £89m two years ago.

The player has not been consistent at Old Trafford, while earlier reports claimed that the midfielder and Mourinho clashed in the dressing room.

During France’s World Cup celebrations on Sunday, Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi told Pogba, “Remember to come to Juventus,” during a live video on Instagram.

In response, Pogba said, “Ooh, the Old Lady, the Old Lady,” smiling.

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