I only have feelings of great gratitude to this club, to the fans and to the city.
Juventus snapped up the five-time Ballon d'Or victor in a reported €105m (R1.65b) deal and Ramos swiftly sent out his message of gratitude for his long-time teammate.
It was Cristiano Ronaldo who was the first to believe in this, the first to launch it.
Even before Ronaldo sealed his transfer to Juventus on Tuesday, there were rumors that Madrid was looking at the possibility of signing either Neymar or Mbappe.
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He left as the Spanish club's all-time leading scorer with 451 goals in 438 matches, helping it win four Champions League titles, including the last three in a row.
Juventus confirmed that Ronaldo had signed a four-year contract and that the transfer fee, including €12 million in add-ons, would be paid over two years, with Spanish media reporting he would receive a salary of €30 million a season. "In autumn, Juve will turn 121, but they have never been in such good shape".
Juventus hasn't won a UEFA Champions League trophy (the equivalent of a World Cup trophy for club soccer) since 1996.
According to BBC, the cracking new deal worth 112m euros (£99.2m), which is approximately ₹900 crores, will keep the 33-year-old at Juventus for four years. He rarely looked like he actually enjoyed playing for Real Madrid, only breaking into a smile when he scored a goal - but that quickly turned back into a frown as he returned to relentlessly search for his next goal.
Chelsea playmaker Hazard, preparing for a World Cup semifinal with Belgium, has spoken of his admiration for Zidane and been strongly linked with a big-money move to the Bernabeu.
"They have been nine unique years", added Ronaldo. "Real Madrid will always be your home", read the last bits of the statement.