Despite getting off to a slow start to life in Italy, the sky is the limit for Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, who could potentially be eyeing these records.
It took Ronaldo four matches to get off the mark for the Bianconeri, but since breaking his duck, the Portuguese has regularly found the back of the net.
Having broken records wherever he has played, the former Real Madrid and Manchester United man might have a few new records in his sights.
With eight league strikes to his name in Serie A already this season, Ronaldo could be striving to beat Gino Rossetti's record of 36 league goals in a single campaign, which was equalled by Gonzalo Higuain in 2015.
If he does achieve that, Ronaldo would then become the first player in history to finish as the top scorer in the Premier League, LaLiga and Serie A.
A league title triumph in Italy would also see him be the first star ever to win all three of the aforementioned leagues, a feat no other player in football has achieved.
Lastly, if Juve win the UEFA Champions League this season, Ronaldo would become only the second player to win the competition with three different clubs.
Clarence Seedorf achieved this AC Milan, Real and Ajax Amsterdam, while Ronaldo has already won it with United and Los Blancos.
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