Let us be concerned – wouldn't they want Cristiano Ronaldo to be in their team?
One of the best players of all time who has carried his game, five-year-old Ballon winner, a visitor – there's not a lot to see yet.
But the Juventus star, Douglas Costa, admired that he had doubts about their star from Portugal before moving to Serie A.
The report found that Costa was worried that the Ronaldo would disturb the decision of the Stadio Delle Alpi.
Costa said: "Believe it or not, but when was talking about coming to Cristiano Ronaldo, I asked who will the dressing room look like?"
Brazil is not afraid, though, that his team was very popular at any time.
Costa said: "We all need to see each other as teams because we are all looking for a place in the team – but Cristiano won everyone very quickly. T
“He is a simple and hard-working man and loves to win. Juventus was looking for a player with his mind, so he has given us a lot.
"When he appears, I thought the best player in the world had come in? How quickly, when he arrived, the club got better everywhere."
Ronaldo burnt on Juventus for the Champions League quarter final on Tuesday with a massive draw against Atletico Madrid.
The aims of the full-scale came from 34 years to 19 goals since he moved £ 100 million from Real Madrid this summer.
And as Juventus celebrates his first European Cup award since 1996, Costa accepts that this person will be very important for any success the club has quickly.
He said: "It visits every week, has given the stadium more supporters and we hope to win it with us so we make history with us. T
"It's a very strong man, he works hard and he's always with us."