Cristiano Ronaldo made a sensational transfer move to Italian Seria A league with Juventus on a £100m in 2018. His move to the Italian league was highly hipped by various media house due to the various record he had created with Real Madrid.
When he signed for Juventus in 2018,many fans went to various shops to buy his shirt and according to Corriere dello Sports, Ronaldo was holding the highest number of shirt sold in a single day in the Italian league. That record has now been broken by one of his former team made in the Juventus team Paulo Dybala.
Dybala was set set to join inter Milan or AC Milan before the deals broke down. He has since decided to join Jose Mourinho's side AC Roma. Dybala left Juventus at the end of last season after running down his contract.
Roma offered Dybala the legendary jersey 10 which was previously worn by club legend Fransisco Totti. Dybala turned it down and took the jersey 21.Dybala will be in that his new club for the next three years
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