Cristiano Ronaldo has been awarded five Ballons d'Or, which sees him tied with Lionel Messi for the most in history.
Ronaldo made a gesture with his hand with the former Real Madrid star heard saying: "You're too small to talk."
Next season Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates will wear a half-and-half jersey with white on the right and black on the left.
Torino looked set to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Superga air disaster by beating Juventus following Sasa Lukic's first-half goal, but Ronaldo levelled six minutes from time.
Although Bugatti refused to officially identify the owner, Spanish sports daily Marca reported that the new owner is the Portuguese footballer who plays his club football for Juventus.
The strike against Inter Milan was his 27th for Juventus in all competitions. Ronaldo scored 450 for Real Madrid, 118 for Manchester United and five for Sporting Lisbon.
It was the 34-year-old's sixth domestic league title, having won three with Manchester United and two with Real Madrid, as he becomes the first player to win the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A.
Massimiliano Allegri doesn't mind winning ugly as he claimed his fifth league title in as many years with Juventus
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner had been bidding for a sixth Champions League title to add to his four won with Real Madrid and one with Manchester United.
Cristiano Ronaldo, bidding for his sixth Champions League title, scored a 28th-minute header to put Juve ahead after a 1-1 first-leg draw, but Donny van de Beek levelled for Ajax before half-time.
Allegri said he had yet to decide between Argentine forward Dybala and teenager Moise Kean, who has scored six goals in as many games.
Juventus, the most successful football club in Italian history, made its debut on the Milan stock exchange in December 2001.
Juventus have a 20-point advantage on second-placed Napoli and a draw would seal their 35th 'Scudetto' with six games to spare
Moroccan international Hakim Ziyech shined in the first half with a curling effort in the 18th minute as he headed for the top corner.
Giorgio Chiellini misses out due to a left calf contracture while Emre Can also stays in Italy after straining his right ankle in the 2-1 Serie A victory over AC Milan on Saturday.