Cristiano Ronaldo is the man with world at his feet. There is hardly anything the Portugese hasn't achieved. Right from the start of his career, to the current point, Ronaldo has won nearly everything, wherever he played.
When he was Manchester United in England, he won the Premier League, FA Cup, UEFA Champions League, Golden Boot, Ballon d'Or and what not. After his transfer to Real Madrid, he won everything there as well, including three back to back UEFA Champions League and four Ballon d'Or.
After nine successful years in Spain, he decided to join Juventus. The transfer was completed earlier this week.
Now in Italy, Ronaldo has the opportunity to create some major records. Let's take a look at the achievements he will be aiming to gun down.
1. UEFA Champions League with three different clubs: Ronaldo won a UEFA Champions League with Manchester United in 2008, and then followed it up with four more with Real Madrid. Should Ronaldo win UEFA Champions League with Juventus, he will become only the second player in history to win the biggest price in Europe with three different clubs. Former Netherlands international Clarence Seedorf is the only other player to have achieved this feat.
2. Top scorer in three major leagues: Ronaldo was the top-scorer in the Premier League 2007/08 season. In Spain, he topped the goal scoring charts thrice. Now, should the Portugese do the same in Seria A, he will become the first-ever player to top score in three different major leagues.
3. First player to win Premier League, La Liga and Seria A: The Portugese has the opportunity to become the first ever player in the history of football to win league title in England, Spain and Italy.
He conquered England with Manchester United thrice, before leading Real Madrid to La Liga twice. Now, a Seria A win will put him above the rest.
4. Six UEFA Champions League: With five UEFA Champions League titles till date, Ronaldo is already one of the most successful player in the history of the competition. But he isn't the most successful!
Former Real Madrid player Paco Gentos won the European trophy a record six times. If Ronaldo conquers Europe with Juventus, he will just be the second ever player to lift the trophy six times.
5. Most goals in Seria A season: Gonzalo Higuain, Ronaldo's former teammate at Real Madrid and his current teammate at Juventus, scored a record 36 goals in Seria A with Napoli in 2015/16. That's a record number of goals in a season in Italy.
Now, Ronaldo has a chance to usurp the figure, and put another record to his name. He has scored more than 36 goals thrice in a league, and will surely be a top bet to get his name itched in the record books.