Juventus have announced that their star Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, is ready to sell him this summer, but only on the terms set by the Italian team.
The Portuguese player did not take part in his team’s opening match in the Italian league against Udinese, knowing his contract would expire after a year.
Speculation about the future of the historic player in the European Champions League has increased recently, and the player’s agent George Mendis has been in touch with several major European clubs regarding the signing of Ronaldo, including Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.
Mendes is expected to meet with Italian club officials at the Juventus training center on Thursday to meet with club vice-president Pavel Netvet, chief executive Marrico Arevapin and sports director Federico Chiropini.
Juventus management told the player’s agent that the star, nicknamed “Dawn”, had all the potential, but three years ago Juventus would not allow the departure of a player worth more than 100 million euros.
European newspapers calculate that Ronaldo has signed a contract with Manchester City on his own terms.
Ronaldo was frustrated by the experience of moving from Real Madrid to Juventus because he could not cope with the quarter-finals of the tournament due to the absence of the old club from the intense competition for the Champions League title. Competed from sixteen rounds in the last two seasons.
Last season, Juve lost the league title to Inter Milan for 9 consecutive years and qualified for the Champions League in the final round of the Italian League.
Cristiano Ronaldo is a living football legend because he is a historic player with 134 goals in the Champions League, and has won many titles and awards such as scoring a historic goal for national teams with 109 goals, equal to the Iranian Ali Day.
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