I'm not Ronaldo's biggest fan but sometimes you gotta appreciate a legend and give credit where he's due. Initially, I thought that Real Madrid's problem has deeper underlying issues, much more than Ronaldo's departure. Obviously, you're right that he has masked their problems but it's no coincidence that they had a disastrous last season after Ronaldo left, I mean this was exactly the same group of players minus Ronaldo and Zidane. Zidane came back but they are still struggling. People underestimate how much a phenomenal player like Messi, Ronaldo make a difference to a team just look at what happens to Chelsea when Hazard left? Juventus is a good move for him career wise in terms of trophies i.e winning league titles but for his personal goals record, it's not. I could see him hitting at least 500 goals for Real if he stays on at Real and he could even hit 1,000 goals in total when he retires given his insane drive and dedication.