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How Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Juventus impacted social media accounts

After being unveiled as a Juventus player following his move from Real Madrid, ESPN take a look at how Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Turin unfolded.
Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo admitted he joined the Italian club as he wanted to challenge himself again and insists he win just as many trophies in Italy.
With his official presentation complete, the FC guys discuss how far Cristiano Ronaldo can take Juventus domestically and in European competition.
Cristiano Ronaldo is in Italy to undergo his medical ahead of his big money move to Juventus.
Former AC Milan midfielder Kaka believes Cristiano Ronaldo can help to raise the level in Italy and help Italian teams become great again in Europe.
Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Real Madrid for quite an expensive fee, but the FC guys feel everyone involved in the transfer comes out a winner.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson and Craig Burley explain just how monumental Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Juventus is for world football.

Given the profile of everyone involved, it was no surprise that Cristiano Ronaldo's €100 million move from Real Madrid to Juventus had quite an impact on social media.

Both clubs have used Twitter and Instagram especially to tell their side of the summer's biggest transfer deal and Juve have benefited from increases in follower numbers.

Deal announced

Madrid were first to confirm the move was official, saying they had "acceded to Cristiano's expressed wish" to leave the Bernabeu; their tweet...

 By Nick Hornby

Nick Hornby: How England fell back in love with their national team

The ESPN FC boys dissect what went wrong in England's semifinal loss to Croatia.

(Editors' note: We asked Nick Hornby -- novelist and screenwriter who wrote about his obsessive fandom of Arsenal in "Fever Pitch" -- to reflect on what it's like to follow England during a World Cup. This is the third of three pieces he wrote for ESPN while England chased glory in Russia. His first, on the unbearable hope that comes from supporting England, can be read here. His second was about the World Cup of dreams.) 

These past three weeks have felt like they will soon serve as the backdrop...

 By Simon Kuper

Why World Cups are the worst time to buy a player

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti shares the latest on Cristiano Ronaldo's links to Juventus, including his motives for wanting to leave Madrid.
With Croatia and England set to meet in the World Cup semifinals, the FC crew explain why the Three Lions will likely prove too much for Croatia.
With France brushing aside Uruguay and Brazil's elimination, the FC crew discuss whether Les Bleus are the clear favourites to win the World Cup.

MOSCOW -- A great soccer tradition is dying: the tournament transfer.

The way it worked for decades, some obscure player would transfix the world with an unforgettable goal or a few brilliant dribbles at a World Cup or European Championship. Some big club, treating the tournament as a scouting opportunity, would buy him. The signing of a "World Cup star" would delight fans and media. But usually everyone came to regret it.

Take Arsenal's purchase of Danish midfielder John Jensen in July 1992. The...

Uruguay's Diego Godin showing at World Cup that he's the best defender in football

The guys respond to your tweets about Brazil-Mexico, Simeone for Argentina, Uruguay's World Cup chances and Mbappe's performance against Cavani's.

It was a famous year for footballers called Diego. Famously, Diego Maradona won the World Cup in 1986. Less famously, Diego Godin was born. Thirty-two years on, this probably will not be a World Cup defined by a Diego -- not in the way 1986 was, anyway. Yet it might be a tournament in which another reaches new heights or, perhaps more accurately, in which his excellence gets the belated recognition it deserves.

Godin has been the best defender of the World Cup so far. He might have been the finest...

How the biggest teams in football could lure Cristiano Ronaldo to their club

Where will Cristiano Ronaldo go?

After Real Madrid won the Champions League in May, Cristiano Ronaldo cast doubt over his future. "It has been great being at Real Madrid," he said.

Was Ronaldo simply angling for a pay rise? Probably. Was he trying to hog the spotlight? Most definitely. But his cleverly worded yet vague statement put the world on notice that CR7 might be back on the market. The latest rumours link Ronaldo with Juventus

Even at 33, he wouldn't come cheap -- those Bugatti Veyrons don't pay for themselves,...

 By Nick Hornby

England to bring the World Cup home? This really is a World Cup of dreams

Steve McManaman explains why he's not concerned by England's defeat, after the Three Lions fielded a rotated squad against Belgium.
Jesse Lingard opens up about the strong spirit within the England squad and how they've responded to Gareth Southgate's philosophy.
England's Dele Alli insists there is no 'A or B team' in the squad and that the side aren't wary of James Rodriguez but the whole Colombia team.

(Editors' note: We asked Nick Hornby -- novelist and screenwriter who wrote about his obsessive fandom of Arsenal in "Fever Pitch" -- to reflect on what it's like to follow England during a World Cup. This is the second of three pieces he'll be writing for ESPN while England chases glory in Russia. His first, on the unbearable hope that comes from supporting England, can be read here.)

I'd like to begin by quoting from an email I wrote to a friend the night before the World Cup began about our predictor...