Cristiano Ronaldo posts cute family snap with his daughters after Juventus Serie A triumph

CRISTIANO RONALDO has posted a cute family snap with his daughters to celebrate winning Serie A in his first season since swapping Real Madrid for Juventus.

The Portuguese superstar became the first man to win league titles in England, Spain and Italy after helping the Old Lady claim yet another Scudetto.

The 34-year-old talisman notched 26 goals and 12 assists from 38 appearances at the Turin club in a stunning first season at the Allianz Stadium.

In a sweet snap on Instagram, Ronaldo toasted his success with his two daughters Alana Martina and Eva Maria with the caption: "My Princesses."

Officially the world's most marketable player, the star also has two sons, Cristiano Jr, 8, and one-year-old Mateo with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner previously shared a video of his youngest daughter Alana Martina stealing his Champions League hat-trick ball last month.

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Ronaldo's manager Massimiliano Allegri recently shut-down rumours that the Portugese international was looking to quit the club after a one-year spell in Italy.

Their relationship was reported to have soured significantly following their Champions League exit against Ajax but Allegri recenely lavished praise on the forward.

He said: "Ronaldo is the future of Juventus. He is an extraordinary player who has had a great season and he'll have a great one next year.

"He is relaxed, even though he is disappointed like we all are. We've exited a competition we thought we could win."

Ronaldo's latest snap is a stark change from his recent snaps after he recently posed straddling two baths while wearing just a pair of pants from one of his collections.

He also stripped down to his boxers in a superhero-themed photo shoot to promote his newest underwear collection earlier this week.

And he has already opened a new state-of-the-art hair implant centre this year, managed by his stunning girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez.



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