'Don't want to compare Real Madrid with Juventus,' says Cristiano Ronaldo Photograph:( Reuters )
Ronaldo added four more Champions Leagues to his collection with Real Madrid before moving to Juventus in the summer.
Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo said that he doesn't want to compare his current club with Real Madrid as both the clubs are "fantastic".
"Well I don't want to compare Real Madrid with Juventus, they are both unbelievable teams, they are fantastic clubs," said Ronaldo while speaking in a press conference ahead of Manchester United Champions League clash.
The 33-year-old has spent nearly nine years at Real Madrid, winning four Champions League with the club after that he moved to the Italian side for €100m (£88.3m) fee in July 2018.
Ronaldo's bicycle kick goal for Real Madrid away to Juventus in April won UEFA's vote for the goal of the season.
He also said, "I did my journey at Real Madrid, now it's my new chapter at Juve, which for me is one of the best clubs in the world."
"So I'm glad, I'm glad to play here in Manchester, Real Madrid, now at Juve. I'm a happy man and lucky man too."
Juventus - two-time European champions but not since 1996 - have reached two of the last four finals, and are among the favourites to go all the way this season.