Reports: Ronaldo Agrees €100m Juventus Move
Reports: Cristiano Ronaldo Agrees €100m Juventus Move
An unhappy Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be nearing an exit from Spanish giants Real Madrid, and has now reportedly agreed a €100 million (R1.5 billion) move to Serie A champions Juventus.
According to Spanish TV programme El Chiringuito, the Portuguese is getting closer to a transfer away from 13-time UEFA Champions League winners Los Blancos.
It has been said that Ronaldo is not happy with the treatment he received at Real in the past campaign, with some reports suggesting that the club went back on the promise of offering him a new deal.
The former Manchester United star reportedly wanted a bigger salary at the Spanish giants, and after they failed to meet his demands, the Portuguese publicly admitted he was considering his future.
The 33-year-old has been linked with the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United since, but surprise reports have emerged suggesting that Juventus are now favourites to sign to the forward.
Real are apparently set to accept the Bianconeri's €100 million (R1.5 billion) bid for their record scorer, according to Jugones.
It has been claimed that Ronaldo is ready to leave the Madrid club after nine years as he feels his time at Los Blancos has come to an end, and is said to be keen on a move to Juve, a club his agent, Jorge Mendes, has close ties with.
ESPN also stated that, although the rumours that the Portuguese is set to leave Real may be true, no agreement between the two clubs has been reached just yet.
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