JUAN CUADRADO proved there are no hard feelings after he handed over his No7 shirt to Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Juventus star wished his new team-mate good luck after the £99million switch from Real Madrid was confirmed.
Ronaldo penned a four-year deal with the Italian giants after nine trophy-laden years with Madrid.
Despite raking in £500,000-per-week in Italy, the Portuguese star would not have been content without his customary number seven shirt.
Cuadrado willingly gave up his jersey to the new arrival, who owns the CR7 brand.
The Colombian star even shared a photograph of himself with Ronaldo's new top to his Instagram page.
He added the caption: "It is better to give than to receive. Blessings to Cristiano Ronaldo on this new adventure."
Cuadrado's position in the team is now under serious threat following the arrival of the Portuguese star.
But the World Cup star will be ready to battle for his place in the starting XI after an impressive World Cup campaign.
Ronaldo will slot straight into Massimiliano Allegri's squad, who will be looking to defend their Serie A title next season.
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The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is expected to see out the rest of his career with the Italian giants.
He wrote an open letter to Real Madrid fans to explain the reasons behind his mega-money move.