Cristiano Ronaldo Agrees €100m Juventus Move


He hinted he would be leaving this summer when he said: "It was very nice to be at Real Madrid".

According to a report by Spanish TV show Jugones, the defending European champion is ready to accept an offer from the Italian champion in a deal that would reportedly make 33 year-old Juventus's most highest-paid player.

In May, the superstar threw his future into doubt by talking about Real Madrid in the past tense after beating Liverpool in the Champions League final, voicing frustration over long-stalled talks with club president Florentino Perez about a new improved contract.

But former Juventus managing director Luciano Moggi believes the Serie A champions should not look to sign Ronaldo and focus on other areas of their squad.

For me they would be wrong to get Cristiano with a €30 million salary.

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Juve's problem is not Ronaldo, it's putting together the defence and the midfield.

It has been said that Ronaldo is not happy with the treatment he received at Real in this past season, with reports claiming that the club went back on their promise of offering him a new deal. Indeed, it's been suggested Real are prepared to sell Ronaldo for €120m.

They will also know that this is not the first time Ronaldo has threatened to leave Madrid, who he joined in 2003 for a then world record £80m from Man United, only to change his mind and stay.

Ronaldo, whose Portugal side were knocked out of the World Cup at the weekend, is in a moment of crisis and it seems that an exit from Madrid is the solution.

Ronaldo has won two La Liga titles and the Copa del Rey twice, but his standing achievement will be leading the club to four Champions League victories including three in a row between 2016 and 2018.