Juventus have announced that Cristiano Ronaldo will be officially unveiled as their player next Monday.
The Agnelli family, which has owned Turin-based Juventus for more than 90 years, controls Ferrari and Fiat Chrysler through its holding company, Exor, which owns 64 per cent of Juventus.
But while the club and the vehicle company are separate corporate entities, individually managing their own operations and finances, the Italian USB Lavoro Privato union considers it "unacceptable" that such a large investment has gone into securing Ronaldo from the Galacticos.
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They will stay in hospital at least a week. "They are children being children, it was an accident", he said. "So there was relief, tempered with uncertainty".
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Inside the cabin, look for a carbon dash, Recaro bucket seats with four-point harnesses, and a removable Alcantara steering wheel. The upgrade to a 4.7-litre V8 from a Vantage S marks a quadrupling of the output, which the Cygnet just wasn't built to handle.
The union urged Fiat owners to invest in its workforce to bolster the finances of "thousands of people instead of only one".
Ronaldo sealed a shock move from Real Madrid on Tuesday, bringing his time at the Bernabeu to an end after nine trophy-laden years.
At this stage, it isn't expected to have a major impact because Melfi is just one of seven sites used by FCA and USB only represents a small number of employees there.
Juventus don't quite recoup all of that money in revenue because that's not how shirt sales work contrary to what some have been led to believe, but the commercial and marketing gain is already evident. Added to that the likelihood that he will strengthen the team, it seems plausible that they will be more successful domestically and qualify routinely for the Champions League.