– Cristiano Ronaldo on Wednesday night, May 19, won the Coppa Italia with Juventus
– The Portuguese has now won the domestic title in England, Spain and Italy
– Juventus are currently occupying fifth position on the Italian Serie A table
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Following Juventus’ triumph over Atalanta on Wednesday night, May 19, in the Coppa Italia final, Cristiano Ronaldo has now won the domestic title in Italy, Spain and England.
Although Cristiano Ronaldo did not score for Juventus against Atalanta, but his other teammates did the job which gave them the prestigious trophy.
As things stand now, the Portugal international has won the domestic title with Manchester United, Juventus and Real Madrid in an incredible records.
Since joining Juventus from Real Madrid, this is the first time that Cristiano Ronaldo will be winning the Coppa Italia title with the Old Lady.
According to the information on Total Cristiano, the Portuguese is the first player in history to win ALL 3 domestic trophies in 3 of Europe’s top 5 leagues.
However, the Champions League title has not been won by Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus even though the Portuguese has lifted it at Manchester United and Real Madrid.
There have also been concerns that Cristiano Ronaldo could be leaving Juventus this summer if the Old Lady should fail to qualify for the Champions League.
With one game to end the season, Juventus are currently occupying fifth position on the table with 75 points and they are one point behind fourth placed Napoli.
Earlier, . had reported how Dolores Aveiro, the mother of Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo, disclosed that she will convince her son to return to his boyhood club Sporting CP in Portugal.
There are concerns over the future of the 36-year-old at Juventus, even though he still has until 2022 on his current contract with the Turin based side.
But his mother has stated that she will be able to convince him to return to Sporting where he developed his career scoring 3 goals before his move to Manchester United.
It was gathered that Ronaldo has acquired a home in the Lisbon area not too far from the Estádio José Alvalade, the home ground of Sporting.
The 36-year-old still has a special love for Sporting and in 2019, the club’s president, Frederico Varandas, talked up the possibility of renaming their stadium after him.