Cristiano Ronaldo is dreaming of leading Juventus to a Champions League final victory over Real Madrid this season.
The Portuguese superstar has won the trophy on five occasions and four times with Real Madrid – between 2014 and 2018.
He joined the Bianconeri in a landmark €100m deal 18 months ago and landed the Serie A title last season with the club, who were eliminated by Ajax in the last 16 of the Champions League.
The Portuguese has scored nine goals for the Old Lady across all fronts this season and was helped by the late introduction of Dybala to find the net against Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League on Wednesday.
“Real Madrid are an extraordinary team, but I'd rather see them later. I'd sign up to meeting them in the final,” Ronaldo told Sky.
“I feel good. Physical problems are now a thing of the past. I was out for four weeks with a small knee problem, but now I'm fine. Things are improving, even personally for me. We play better and we are gaining more and more confidence.”