After Cristiano Ronaldo sealed his move from Real Madrid to Juventus, take a look at the incredible stats behind his career at the Bernabeu.
After nine years in the Spanish capital, Ronaldo's moving to Turin and the Serie A giants are getting one of the best players of all time for their £100m outlay.
Juventus are 9/1 to win the Chamions League next season after the addition of Ronaldo - who's conquered Europe five times, four of those with Real including the last three years in a row.
Here's a look at what exactly Juventus are getting for their money as we run down some of the incredible numbers from Ronaldo's career at Real Madrid.
Ronaldo in numbers
451 - Ronaldo's Real Madrid-record goal tally, in 438 games.
17 - his record goal tally for a Champions League season, in 2013-14.
105 - total Champions League goals for the club, which also included 16 in 2015-16 and 15 in the most recent campaign.
4 - Champions League titles with Real, including the last three in succession.
311 - goals in LaLiga.
2 - LaLiga titles, in 2011-12 and 2016-17.
16 - major trophies with the club, also including two domestic cups, two domestic and three European Super Cups and three Club World Cups.
4 - Ballon d'Or awards won with Real, making five in total after he was first recognised as the world's best player in 2008 when he was with Manchester United.
44 - hat-tricks for Madrid including a club-record 34 in LaLiga. Two came last season, against Girona and Real Sociedad in LaLiga.
8 - the Girona game marked the eighth time he had scored four or more goals in a Real match. That included five-goal league hauls against Granada in 2014-15 and Espanyol the following season.
8 - his first three goals in that 9-1 win over Granada came in eight minutes, equalling the club record for the quickest ever hat-trick.
61 - his most prolific season for Real came in 2014-15 with 61 goals in all competitions, including 48 in the league. It was the second time he hit 60 for a season.
£80m - fee paid by Real to sign Ronaldo from United in 2009. At the time it was a world record.
£92.7m - the reported fee paid by Juve sees Real make a profit in raw terms.
658 - career goals for Real, United (118), Sporting Lisbon (five) and Portugal (85).