After a surprising 100 m pound move from Real Madrid to Juventus 4 years ago where he had previously scored 450 goals in 438 appearances, the maiden wait for the coveted Champions League trophy still eludes Juventus. More so, he is in danger of not winning a title in a season since 2009/2010 season with Inter Milan set to dethrone Pirlo led Juve as Serie A titleholders for the first time in a decade. That has been the story so far for CR7 and despite his impressive goal tally and massive off field commercial clout that he brought for Juventus, it has not worked well on the pitch as compared to off the pitch. Despite winning the serie A title when he first arrived, that was expected with Juventus at that time anyway and despite firing several top class managers in Allegri and Maurizio Sarri in an attempt to get the best out of the Portuguese star, it has not worked out especially in the Champions League. Before Ronaldo arrived, Juventus were Champions League finalists and semi finalists in the previous seasons but afterwards, they have suffered embarrassing defeats at the quarterfinals and last 16 knockout fixtures to minnows like Ajax, Lyon and the more recent one Porto. However, to be fair to Ronaldo, football is still a team sport and even at Real Madrid, his teammates had to carry him sometimes when he had a bad day in the office. At Juventus, he is more of a one-man army than a team player and if he has a bad day on the pitch or has fitness issues, then you are left to wonder who will come to the rescue of Juventus. Most importantly, Juventus went after Ronaldo and splashed colossal amounts of funds for a 33-year-old largely due to his serious influence internationally that comes with a huge paycheck in terms of T shirt deals and TV rights among other goodies. Juventus would be forgiven for overlooking his suitability to the style of play in Turin owing much to the change of fortunes he has brought to Juventus coffers. Juventus Social media following has skyrocketed in recent times and the value of their t shirt brand has gone bullish to the extent of having to redesign their logo and that's where the Ronaldo effect has been truly felt. At 36 years old, time is surely running out for Ronaldo and Juventus to clinch the elusive Champions League trophy, and it seems a new team strategy is needed and sadly, it may mean Ronaldo not being part of it.