A Serie A star has sent Juventus' record signing Cristiano Ronaldo a stern warning following his move to the Italian top flight.
The Portugal international's move to Italy has been met with much fanfare and hype, with 520 000 new Bianconeri shirts bearing his name being ordered within just 24 hours of his arrival in Turin.
Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne has since stated that he is curious to see how the former Real Madrid superstar will fare in Serie A, and suggested he will find it more challenging than where he previously played.
''I am curious to see how he will adapt to our league,'' the winger told Gazzetta dello Sport.
''He cannot win games alone here.''
The 27-year-old also admitted that although he respects Ronaldo for what he has achieved, he prefers his arch-rival Lionel Messi as a player.
''Personally, as a footballer I prefer Messi, but the qualities of the Portuguese are not in question; him winning five Ballons d'Or means something.''
Insigne made 48 appearances for Napoli last season, scoring 14 goals and assisting a further 14 strikes.
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