Cristiano Ronaldo to bring his fleet of supercars to Turin - but there's no Fiat in sight

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When Cristiano Ronaldo brings his fleet of supercars to Turin there may well be an unimpressed onlooker or two – Juventus’ owners.

Among the Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Bugattis, there will be one standout absentee when he arrives at Juventus following his £99m move from Real Madrid.

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The Portuguese superstar has had everything from Aston Martins to Audis, BMWs to Bentleys, and Mercedes to Maseratis — but there’s no Fiat to be found.

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Given the Italian car maker’s involvement in Ronaldo’s move to Juventus there may be a little pressure on the Portuguese to buy his first Fiat. Although they may be assuaged by the fact that Fiat Chrysler owns the Maserati brand, and that Fiat, and Juventus are both controlled by Exor – the Agnelli’s holding company, which also retains a 22% stake in Ferrari.

That’s because Fiat’s main investors, the Agnelli family — who also control Juventus — funded the £99m that saw Ronaldo join the Italian champions earlier this month.

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Ronaldo has never been shy to share his toys on social media, so Fiat will be hoping he drops by one of their Turin dealerships to invest some of his £500,000-a-week wages.

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