Champions League Draw: The Juventus captain is in the final year of his contract. Juventus wants £25m for him; Sky Italia reports that Manchester City is ready to offer him a two-year contract. Manchester City Holding talks with Cristiano Ronaldo’s Representatives
According to a prominent Italian news outlet, Manchester City is prepared to offer Ronaldo a two-year contract of £12.8 million (€15 million) each season. The Allianz Stadium pays him an annual salary of €31 million after taxes.
Juventus demand at least £25/31m for the Portuguese legend, but a bid from Manchester City is expected, but they would love to get him for free.
Although Mendes and the club administration met on Thursday in Turin to discuss Mendes’ client’s future, no agreement was reached on his client’s departure from Juventus.
Ronaldo’s intention to leave is well-known, but this is the first time the 36-year-old has publicly expressed his wish to go.
For a price of over £105m, Ronaldo joined Juventus from Real Madrid in 2018. Since the arrival of Ronaldo, he has helped the Italian giants win two Serie A Titles, Two Super Cups, and one Coppa Italia Trophy.
Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri rested him against Udinese, and he left training on Wednesday with an arm issue.
Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish has been bought by Manchester City for £100m. In contrast, Tottenham’s £100m bid for Harry Kane was rejected in June. In spite of his desire for a transfer elsewhere, the England captain has decided to stay at Spurs this summer.
It would be nice for Pep Guardiola if the season ended with no new signings. However, City is still willing to recruit a forward despite missing out on Harry Kane.
As a member of Manchester United, Ronaldo scored 118 goals in 292 games. Over the course of his six years at United, Cristiano Ronaldo became the world’s finest footballer.
Juventus are still awaiting an official response from the blues about the potential transfer.
The summer transfer window ends on Tuesday, August 31 at 11 p.m for the premier league.
Cristiano shared his thoughts on how the whole situation via his Instagram account.
“It is no secret that I am a hard worker who puts everything I have into my career. More action and less talk is my credo from the beginning of my profession. Nevertheless, in light of recent events, I feel compelled to state my stance.
It’s not only that my future is being discussed in a frivolous manner in the media, but it’s insulting to all the teams involved, as well as their players and staff.
Champions League Draw: My journey at Real Madrid is complete. It’s been documented. In words and figures, trophies and championships, records and headlines. It may be found at the Museum at the Bernabeu Stadium, as well as in the minds of every club fan. Beyond what I accomplished, I recall having a great fondness and respect for “merengue afición” over those nine years, the affection and respect that I still have now and will always cherish. I know that real Real Madrid supporters will always have a place in their hearts for me, and I will always have a place in theirs.
Aside from the most recent incident in Spain, there has been a steady stream of news and tales linking me to a variety of teams in a variety of Leagues, with no one ever bothered about attempting to find out the truth.
I’m breaking my calm now to declare that I can’t let people continue to toy with my name. I am devoted to my profession and work, and I am ready to tackle any obstacles that come my way. as for the rest of it. It just talks.”
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