2018 MLS All-Star Game opponent Juventus sign Cristiano Ronaldo

It's been rumored for weeks and on Tuesday it became official. Cristiano Ronaldo is going to Juventus.

The opponents in the upcoming 2018 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target acquired the Real Madrid star via transfer on Tuesday, with the 33-year-old set to move after three-straight UEFA Champions League titles with Los Blancos. 

Juventus will play the MLS All-Stars on Wednesday, Aug. 1 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium at 7:30 pm ET (ESPN, UniMás, TSN, TVAS). MLS announced the 26-player All-Star roster on June 29.

Ronaldo is coming off a World Cup, which saw him lead Portugal to the Round of 16 after scoring four goals in the group stage. He won four UEFA Champions League and two La Liga titles in Madrid, after winning the Premier League three times with Manchester United along with one Champions League title. The forward is a five-time Ballon d'Or winner, given to the best player in the world.