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Italian champions Juventus have concluded to compensate Real Madrid 100 million euros ($117 million) for Cristiano Ronaldo.

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A strike called by a tiny kinship during Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to criticism a squeeze of Cristiano Ronaldo by Juventus Football Club became viral news on amicable media final week. However, usually 5 workers showed adult during a criticism on Monday.

Turnout for a strike amounted to 0.3 percent of a 1,700 workers during a initial change of a Melfi public plant in southern Italy, a initial of a two-day criticism orderly by a USB union.

The plant builds a Fiat 500x, Punto and Jeep Renegade models, according to Automotive News Europe‘s automobile public plant map.

“The criticism actions promoted in new days over soccer were a resounding flop,” an FCA spokesman. He pronounced a appearance rate of 0.3 percent showed a strike was promoted by groups that were not representing a workforce.

The USB kinship pronounced it called a strike since it found unsuitable a spending hundreds of millions of euros on a squeeze of a actor while FCA workers “continue to make outrageous mercantile sacrifices.”

Juventus, like Fiat Chrysler, is tranquil by a billionaire Agnelli family.

Unions representing a infancy of FCA workers had deserted a strike job it a broadside stunt.

Spanish soccer hulk Real Madrid concluded on Jul 10 to send Ronaldo to Juventus after a actor asked to leave. Juventus will compensate Real Madrid 100 million euros ($117 million) for a pierce and 12 million euros in additional fees.

Fiat workers in Italy have been confronting proxy layoffs for several years. A devise to move Italian automobile plants to full employment, creatively scheduled for this year, has been delayed.

Automotive News Europe and Reuters contributed to this report

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