Cristiano Ronaldo moved to Juventus leaving Real Madrid during the summer. And in the first couple of months itself, the Portuguese has made the Serie A his baby.
After struggling during the first couple of matches, Ronaldo has managed to find his feet and has now clocked up nine goals in just fifteen games.
Cristiano Ronaldo has light up the Serie A and he got his first Champions League for the Old Lady last week when he scored a wonder strike against his former club Manchester United.
The superstar has been calling Turin his home and has moved there with his whole family but a recent report has shed light on what exactly it takes to work for the multiple time Ballon d’Or winner.
As per a Youtuber Hugh Wizzy, in order to be eligible as a household employee for Cristiano Ronaldo one must sign a 70-year non-disclosure agreement.
Yes, a 70-year agreement.
The terms of the non-disclosure agreement state that:
“Nothing about Cristiano’s private life may be divulged until 70 years after the death of either the player or the last of his relatives.”
All Cristiano Ronaldo's household employees must sign a 70 year non-disclosure agreement, agreeing that:
"Nothing about Cristiano's private life may be divulged until 70 years after the death of either the player or the last of his relatives." pic.twitter.com/hwm5upj2na
— Arsène's Son (@hughwizzy) November 9, 2018
Cristiano Ronaldo was on the scoresheet once again as Max Allegri’s Juventus beat AC Milan 2-0 in the Serie A during the weekend.
Ronaldo scored the second goal of the game nine minutes before time after Mario Manzukic gave the Old Lady the lead in the eighth minute.
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