Why Fiat Chrysler workers are furious over Juventus signing Cristiano Ronaldo

Why Fiat Chrysler workers are furious over Juventus signing Cristiano Ronaldo

With that in mind, 5-time Ballon d'Or victor, Cristiano Ronaldo has ended his Real Madrid career, completing a famous move to join Italian champions, Juventus on a 4-year contract.

Ronaldo, who spent nine years at the Bernabeu after joining from Manchester United, completed his switch to Juventus few days ago on a four-year deal.

But while the club and the vehicle company are separate corporate entities, individually managing their own operations and finances, the Italian USB Lavoro Privato union considers it "unacceptable" that such a large investment has gone into securing Ronaldo from the Galacticos.

A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles union in the south of the country has called for a strike to protest against the purchase of the superstar soccer player by Juventus, which like the carmaker is owned by the Agnelli family.

The union urged Fiat owners to invest in its workforce to bolster the finances of "thousands of people instead of only one".

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"The property should invest in vehicle models that guarantee the future of thousands of people rather than enriching only one", the union said in a public statement. "I wish him all the best except when he is playing against Madrid", the Goal reported quoting Modric.

The investment holding firm of the Agnelli family, Exor, has a 64 percent stake in Juventus and owns 30 percent of carmakers Fiat Chrysler (FCA).

"The Champions League? Obviously Cristiano will bring us quality".

While football fans in Italy are celebrating the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, the workers of the Fiat Chrysler plant have gone on a strike.

Hazard said earlier this week that "Real is everyone's dream", but also insisted he would first focus on the World Cup before making a decision on his future.

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