Fiat Workers Going On Strike Because Of Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus Transfer

Ronaldo says goodbye to Real after nine years 
Fiat workers in the Italian town of Melfi will go on strike after Juventus signed Cristiano Ronaldo for £105m.
The news of Ronaldo’s switch from Real Madrid broke on Tuesday , with the Portuguese star signing a four-year deal in Turin believed to be worth €30m a season.
It brings to an end a glittering nine year spell in Madrid which saw him win four Champions League titles and become the club’s all-time record goalscorer.
Juve fans have expressed their delight at the five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s move to Serie A, but the workers at car manufacturer Fiat aren’t so thrilled.

Fiat workers will go on strike 
The company – which owns the brand Ferrari – is believed to be 29.1 per cent owned by the Agnelli family, who also hold a 63.77 per cent stake in Juventus.

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