Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Juventus in 2018 was one of the biggest in football history.
The Italian champions handed Real Madrid a cool £99m for the Portuguese superstar, a humungous fee given that he was 33 at the time.
However, it's proven to be a wise investment by Juventus, as Ronaldo has scored goals for fun ever since he arrived in Turin.
In 117 games for the club in all competitions, he's netted 90 goals and 70 of those strikes have come in just 83 Serie A appearances.
No player in the history of Italian football has reached that milestone quicker and it's one of many reasons why most people believe Ronaldo has been a success at Juventus.
But there's still a small minority who cast doubt over his impact at the Bianconeri and one them is none other than Antonio Cassano.
While winning Europe's biggest prize would certainly enhance his legacy at the club, it shouldn't define whether or not he's been a success in Turin.
His stats speak for themselves and the five-time Ballon d'Or winner has also won the Serie A title in both his full seasons at the club.
They might be trailing Inter in the Scudetto race this season, but you'd be a fool to bet against a Ronaldo-inspired comeback from Juve.