The Portugal star made the switch to Turin this summer after nine record-breaking years with Real Madrid, adding his star power to a team who have already won seven Serie A titles in succession.
But in quotes reported by Spanish outlet AS, Allegri warned: “Cristiano has lots of international experience and he will help us a lot, but we have to be careful.
“There is too much euphoria around us and it’s not good.
“This year will be more difficult than others. Opponents will be more aggressive because we have won many games and now have an excellent player like him. They will accept it and also, they will have more motivation.
“With Ronaldo, I spoke about how happy and enthusiastic he is about coming here. There will be time to speak about football.”
Juventus have launched their third kit for the upcoming season.
The kit, dark grey with a yellow trim, has been made completely from recycled ocean plastic, with the club having launched the kit in partnership with Parley for the Oceans.
adidas designer Francesca Venturini, who created the new shirt, says the kit has “eco-innovation and longevity at its very heart.”
From threat 🗑⚠️ into thread. 👕♻️— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) July 18, 2018
Our new 3rd kit – made from @parleyxxx ocean plastic.
Let’s protect the oceans together. 🌊 https://t.co/WszT6UKKWP@adidasfootball #HereToCreate #ForzaJuve pic.twitter.com/xA5WFjCPVK
Like diamonds 💎@PauDybala_JR feat. our new @adidasfootball 3rd kit.— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) July 18, 2018
Exclusively available through adidas and official club stores ➡️ https://t.co/KygcX8XOxO #ForzaJuve #HereToCreate pic.twitter.com/A2dzDoRTer
Image taken from Juventus’ official website.
Zidane, who left his Los Blancos hotseat after steering them to an unprecedented third consecutive Champions League triumph over Liverpool in May, could now reunite with Cristiano Ronaldo at the Serie A giants.
The 46-year-old, who spent five golden years with the Old Lady before moving to the Bernabeu in a world-record deal in 2001, still has a special relationship with the Bianconeri.
Juventus’ quest to win a first Champions League trophy since 1996 is thought to be their top target next season, with Zidane’s experience at delivering European football’s biggest prize surely a big asset in assisting current boss Massimiliano Allegri, whose position will remain the same.