Cristiano Ronaldo continues to defy logic, with news of his latest feat at Juventus leaving the football world in awe.
After completing his blockbuster move from Real Madrid to the Italian giants, Ronaldo remarked that most players his age move to China or the US to make more money.
The 33-year-old has previously claimed to have the biological age of a 23-year-old, but the results of his medical with Juventus reportedly show that he is even fitter than that.
In fact, tests have revealed that the Portuguese star has the body of a 20-year-old, albeit with considerably more muscle.
The medical found that Ronaldo has just seven per cent body fat – or close to three per cent less than the average professional.
However, his muscle mass is more than four per cent higher than his peers at a whopping 50 per cent.
Cristiano Ronaldo's physical state has been compared to a 20 year old after his Juve medical.
Body fat: 7% (10-11% is avg w/pros)
Muscular mass: 50% (46% is avg w/pros)
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Ronaldo has insisted he’s fit enough to carry on playing at the top level for at least four more years and the incredible figures from his medical show that may well be the case.
As well as the staggering results from his medical tests, Ronaldo can also lay claim to the fastest speed recorded at the World Cup in Russia, sprinting at almost 34km/h during one of Portugal’s games.
After netting 451 goals in 438 games for the Spanish giants, Ronaldo will be hoping to replicate his success in Serie A and cement his place as one of the very best to have ever played the game.
His medical results show that barring a serious injury, he is in the perfect condition to do just that.
With Yahoo Sport UK