Ronaldo is expected to be out of the Bernabeu. According to the Spanish program ‘El Chiringuito’, CR7 will head to Juventus, with Real Madrid receiving 100 million euros.
Ronaldo to Juventus by 100 million
The well-known Spanish program ‘El Chiringuito de Jugones’ advanced, this Tuesday, that Real Madrid will have accepted a proposal from Juventus by Cristiano Ronaldo. The Italians will pay 100 million euros (a value well below the termination clause of 1 billion), with the Portuguese international earning about 30 million euros annually, with a four-year contract.
In the excerpt of the program that can see below, it is also mentioned that the greatest scorer in the history of the Real Madrid feels that a cycle has been completed and that it is time for a change, and that the exit does not happen for money: the presenter, Josep Pedrerol , ensures that the Real offered the desired value by CR7.
The information was also advanced in this edition of the newspaper Marca (considered close to Real Madrid). The Spanish newspaper adds the same values, ensuring that only “a last minute turnaround” may prevent the transfer of Ronaldo – who in May, after winning another Champions League for the meringues in Kiev, expressed a desire to leave the club after nine years. “It was very beautiful to be in Madrid,” CR7 said at the time.
Since then, much has been speculated about the forward’s future. Manchester City and PSG were often considered the most likely scenarios, and the Spanish press reported a 45 million euro proposal from the Paris club. It ends up being Juventus to win the lead of the race, reminding further the Marca that Real Madrid has committed, in writing, to facilitate the exit of Ronaldo, for a reasonable amount, below the billion clause. Only Barcelona and PSG were out of the conditions agreed, for being considered “direct rivals” of the club merengue.
It is also worth mentioning that the understanding between Ronaldo and Andrea Agnelli, the president of Juventus, is total (the same was not the case with Florentino Pérez, maximum leader of Real Madrid) and that the player is enthusiastic about the challenge of being able to win the Champions League with the bianconeri sweater . The Turin club have not won the trophy since the 1984/85 season and are already the team with the most lost finals, seven, one in 2017, against Ronaldo’s Real Madrid (with the Portuguese scoring two goals in the final in Cardiff ).
Ronaldo to Juventus