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Marcelo has 'called Juventus' to try and join Ronaldo at Juventus

12 August 2018

The publication says Cristiano is attempting to persuade the Brazilian to opt for a change of scene and join him at the club - and that the left-back has chose to sound out the possibility of such a move, and has got in contact with the Vecchia Signora.

Marcelo is subject to interest from Italian side Juventus and a reunion with Cristiano Ronaldo, according to reports.

Ronaldo was also crucial in Real Madrid's two-time Copa del Rey and identical number of times UEFA Super Cup title victory.

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Ronaldo then slotted home the controversial stoppage-time penalty at the Bernabeu to thwart Juve's gallant comeback from three goals down.

The Egypt worldwide scored 11 goals to help Jurgen Klopp's side reach the final in Kiev, where he was forced off injured as they lost 3-1 to Real Madrid.

"I think CR7 has everything to take us to the next level and do important things this season. That's what Juventus has always been about".

The 33-year-old Ronaldo ended a nine-year spell at Real Madrid by recently signing with Italian champions Juventus.

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The Italian worldwide admitted that he left Juve in a fit of pique after falling out with Allegri in 2017, but "missed home" and wanted to return after burying the hatchet with the coach.

Midfielder Dani Ceballos said Lopetegui's approach differed to that of Zidane, while agreeing with Bale's assessment of the Madrid attack.

Manchester City were thrashed 5-1 on aggregate by Premier League rivals Liverpool at the quarter-final stage but that has not stopped Kevin De Bruyne being nominated in the best midfielders category.

"Our relationship is very good and, like intelligent people should, we shook hands (after meeting Allegri at the FIFA Awards in London in October)". "We have to keep improving and we're really looking forward to starting the new season".

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Marcelo has 'called Juventus' to try and join Ronaldo at Juventus