Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed to join Juventus from Real Madrid in a transfer worth £105m making him the Italian club's record signing, and the Betfair Sportsbook hasn't been slow to offer up some Ronaldo specials...
"But while Ronaldo is sure to clock up more individual honours and undoubtedly break more records, his transfer to Juventus can only strengthen the Italian giants, who are available to back at 9/1 to win next season's Champions League."
The former Sporting Lisbon and Manchester United star will also become the most expensive footballer in the world for an over 30-year-old, and the transfer will see the 33-year-old Portuguese end a nine-year stay in Spain.
Having joined from United in the summer of 2009 for a then world record fee of £80m Ronaldo helped Real Madrid win two La Liga titles during his stay and four Champions League titles, but it is his individual honours and records that mark him down as one of the world's greatest ever footballers.
Ronaldo the record breaker
Ronaldo holds a long list of individual records including being the only player ever to score 50 goals or more in six different seasons, and remarkably he's scored at least 60 goals in a calendar year on four separate occasions.
With numbers like that you might be tempted by a price of 3/1 that Ronaldo scores 40 or more goals in Serie A next season at 3/1, or the 12/1 about him scoring 50 or more.
And we all remember this stunning strike from just a few months back, right? Against Juventus no less...
If you fancy Ronaldo to score a bicycle kick in Serie A then you can back that option at 5/2, while he's not surprisingly an odds-on favourite at 4/5 to be next season's Serie A Top Goalscorer.
More club honours to follow?
But while Ronaldo is sure to clock up more individual honours and undoubtedly break more records, his transfer to Juventus can only strengthen the Italian giants, who are available to back at 9/1 to win next season's Champions League.
Looking further ahead, it's 3/1 that Ronaldo wins the Champions League at anytime with Juventus - he's expected to sign a four-year contract - and he's the same price to score a Champions League goal against Real Madrid.
Real already looking for Ronaldo's replacement
It's unlikely the Real Madrid will sit on their hands and bank the Ronaldo cash for long and the club is already rumoured to be working tirelessly behind the scenes in an attempt to sniff out which big names are available.
Eden Hazard has long been an admirer of the Spanish outfit, and he's just 5/4 to make a move to the Bernabeu before the beginning of September. France wonderkid Kylian Mbappe is 6/4 to join Real this summer, while you can back Neymar at 2/1, Harry Kane at 5/1, and Mo Salah at 8/1 to be playing football in the Spanish capital next season.