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Money Fiat Workers Call for Strike After Owner Buys Cristiano Ronaldo

02:40  13 july  2018
02:40  13 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

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The shirt of Juventus new signing Cristiano Ronaldo is on sale at Jstore.© Daniele Badolato - Juventus FC/Juventus FC via Getty Images The shirt of Juventus new signing Cristiano Ronaldo is on sale at Jstore.

Fiat factory workers in Italy can think of a few things they’d rather see their owner spend $130 million on than Cristiano Ronaldo.

A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV union in the south of the country called for a strike to protest the purchase of star player by Juventus Football Club SpA, which like the carmaker is owned by the Agnelli family. That’s money that could have been used for job-boosting investments like making better cars, the union said.

“It’s unacceptable that, while FCA and CNHI workers continue to make huge economic sacrifices, the company spends hundreds of millions of euros on the purchase of a player,” union USB Lavoro Privato said in a statement. It’s calling for a strike the Melfi plant in southern Italy between 10 p.m. on July 15 and 6 p.m. on July 17.

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Fiat factory workers in Italy can think of a few things they’d rather see their owner spend 0 million on than Cristiano Ronaldo . A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles union in the south of the country called for a strike to protest the purchase of the star player by Juventus Football Club, which, like the carmaker

Workers at a plant in Italy are to strike after Fiat 's owner decided to pay €112m for the footballer. More on this story. Cristiano Ronaldo : Juventus sign Real Madrid forward for £99.2m.

Spanish soccer giant Real Madrid Football Club agreed on July 10 to transfer five-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo to Juventus after the player asked to leave. Juventus will pay 100 million euros ($117 million) for the move and another 12 million euros in additional fees to sign the player to a four-year contract, the club said in a statement.

The Agnelli family, which has owned Turin-based Juventus for more than 90 years, controls Ferrari NV and Fiat Chrysler through its holding company, Exor NV, which owns 64 percent of Juventus.

Fiat Chrysler, whose Jeep logo is plastered across Juventus’ black-and-white-striped jerseys, could get a huge advertising boost in the deal, according to analysts. If Ronaldo can lead Juventus to the UEFA Champions League final, the media exposure for that year alone would be worth about $58.3 million, according to Eric Smallwood, president of Apex Marketing Group Inc.

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Workers at a plant in Italy are to strike after Fiat 's owner decided to pay €112m for the footballer. More on this story. Cristiano Ronaldo : Juventus sign Real Madrid forward for £99.2m.

Fiat workers are to go on strike over the firm’s owners ’ decision to pay £88m to buy Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid. Italy’s Agnelli family owns almost 30 per cent of Fiat through an investment holding, Exor.

“We’re all employees of the same owner, but in such a period of enormous social difficulty this difference in treatment cannot and must not be accepted,” the union said. “The company should invest in car models that guarantee the futures of thousands of people, rather than enriching only one.”


Juventus sells $60 million worth of Cristiano Ronaldo jerseys in 24 hours: report .
Cristiano Ronaldo hasn’t touched the field for Juventus, but his new team is already reaping the benefits of its new superstar .The Italian club sold $60 million worth of Ronaldo jerseys in the first 24 hours after signing Ronaldo, according to Business Insider. That’s nearly half of the $129.3 million transfer fee Juventus paid Real Madrid to sign the Portuguese star.Business Insider reports that teams only receive 10 to 15 percent of jersey revenue, meaning Juventus will likely see between $6 million and $9 million in profits from those sales.

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