Former Juventus Player Alessio Tacchinardi has reacted to the Departure of Star Player Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus in the Summar Transfer window.

Cristiano Ronaldo completed a Move Back to the English Premier League, Rejoining Manchester United, a Club he left in 2009 after signing for Spanish Side, Real Madrid.

Juventus and Manchester United agreed on a €15m deal for Cristiano Ronaldo Which was completed quickly amid rumours that the Player was close to Joining Manchester City. 

Cristiano Ronaldo's Departure From Juventus hasn't gone down well with Former Club Player, Tacchinardi who felt that the  Portuguese Player did not leave Juventus on a Positive note.

"He should have gone away differently," Tacchinardi Said, via MEN

"I would have expected a press conference to [say] farewell [to] the fans, maybe not to leave with the private plane while (coach Max) Allegri was speaking"

"The Juventus people praised him and deserved it a different farewell. Did he give everything? Yes, but he didn't play only for the shirt, but also for his reputation."

However, the Former Juventus Midfielder with 405 appearances for the Old ladies acknowledged that Ronaldo is a Goal machine and replacing him would be difficult

"He put Juventus and its strategy on the market in serious difficulty by leaving a few days after closing: replacing a goal machine like Cristiano is impossible." He said.