September 20, 2021

Cristiano Ronaldo – Juventus sign deal, Serie A giants have confidence in move

Cristiano Ronaldo will not be offered a new contract by Juventus this summer, but the club expects him to honor his current contract by the summer of 2022. The Portuguese star returned to pre-season training on Monday, and is expected to sit down with him. Club officials in the coming days

The future of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has been a constant topic of speculation in recent weeks, while the player has remained silent about his long-term commitment to the Sri A organization. Ronaldo has been linked with a move away from Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United.

The 36-year-old was on holiday after attending the European Championships, where he won the Golden Boot after five goals in four matches as Portugal were knocked out in the last 16.

Paolo Aghimo, according to Sky ItalyJuventus have agreed that Ronaldo will not be offered a new contract due to his high wages. The club are happy for the player to see the final year of his contract and move on to a free transfer in 2022, and is confident that Ronaldo is ready to play one last season with the Old Lady.

However, if Ronaldo chooses to leave, he has no shortage of job seekers. But there are only a handful of clubs that can meet the demands of the five-time Champions League winner. He currently earns 30 million (.6 25.6m) a season, which would be suitable for most clubs in the current climate.

PSG and Manchester United are two clubs that could come close to matching him, with reports that the latter has made an offer. The red devils are ready Paying Ronaldo 17 17 million in one season If he returns to Old Trafford.

On the other hand, the French club has not made any concrete offer He has spoken to his representatives about the move If he decides to leave Juventus this summer. It is also said that the two sides have discussed all possible salary demands from the player.

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo last played for Juventus on March 8 against Inter Milan
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