And the former Manchester United star was happy to receive the No.7 from Juan Cuadrado after a brief chat with the Colombian winger.
Ronaldo earned a standing ovation from the Turin crowd when he scored a spectacular overhead kick at the Allianz Stadium for Real Madrid last season.
"It's my favourite number and I spoke with the club at the beginning about it", Ronaldo told DAZN.
"And, of course, when the people start to applaud me in the stadium I was like, "wow". It will be a pleasure for me to give you my number seven, my shirt".
Macron maintient son cap avec une pléiade de réformes
Si les ministères ponctionnés ne sont pas encore connus, une chose est certaine: le gouvernement veut garder le rythme. Selon l'Elysée, le calendrier parlementaire sera arbitré "fin août ou au début du mois de septembre".
The 32-year-old knows the impact the Portugal captain can have on a team, which is why the striker is tipping Juventus to win this season's Champions League after the Serie A club signed Ronaldo in the summer.
However, despite being 31 years old, many seem to forget that during the regular season Iago Aspas outscored both Antoine Griezmann and Gareth Bale, and sat only three goals behind Luis Suarez and Cristiano Ronaldo in the La Liga.
"There are tougher teams than Juventus". I think we have to keep that.
Centre to give more funds to Kerala, ₹600 crore only advance aid
Isaac said the state government had made no requests for foreign assistance, but the UAE offered 7 billion rupees, about $100 million.
"There is no way that Cristiano to not succeed in Italy".
Reports on Thursday claimed the European champions were set to make a last-ditch effort to sign PSG's World Cup sensation Kylian Mbappe but are drafting up a list of more modest alternatives.
Ronaldo will be looking to score his first competitive goal for Juventus when they face Lazio on Saturday.
Urban Meyer's text question shows how panicked he was
The day he fired Zach Smith , Meyer wrote of the coach in a message to his staff, "We need to help him as he moves frwd". Zach Smith told ESPN in a statement that he was sacked due to "media uproar" and that he didn't think he "deserved it".