Juventus decided to keep Cristiano Ronaldo and Matthijs de Ligt, but most likely sold Miralem Pjanic, Daniele Rugani and Mattia De Sciglio to balance the club’s finances.
Ronaldo is a “delicious cake”
Despite the financial difficulties, Juventus still showed determination to keep superstar C. Ronaldo. The Portuguese player is pulled by many teams like Man Utd or Real Madrid.
Tuttosport said the Juventus club would not let the Portuguese superstar go. Juventus management believes that the owner of the 5 Golden Balls is still very valuable, and will play a very important role in the next season.
This is only the second year that Ronaldo plays for the Allianz team. He is still maintaining a stable form, scoring 24 goals in 32 matches on all playgrounds. Before that, rumors regarding Ronaldo’s future continued to appear.
On April 5, Il Corriere Dello Sport of Italy shocked by the information that Juventus is willing to sell CR7 for 60 million euros. The representative of Turin did not have enough money to pay the 35-year-old goalscorer, because the COVID-19 pandemic dealt a blow to the club’s financial situation.
Also according to Tuttosport, in addition to retaining Ronaldo, Juventus also continues to give opportunities to De Ligt and captain Giorgio Chiellini. However, three stars including Pjanic, Rugani, and De Sciglio must leave. The salaries of these players are said to be very high.
Juventus also showed determination to retain …
In addition to C. Ronaldo, Juventus also showed determination to retain De Ligt and captain Giorgio Chiellini. However, three stars including Pjanic, Rugani and De Sciglio are likely to leave to help the Turin club to solve financial difficulties.
At Juventus, Ronaldo is the most attractive star salary. He pocketed 31 million euros a year.
Currently, Juventus has reached an agreement with the players related to wage reduction. This is a move to help the club overcome difficulties in the context of the complicated COVID-19 pandemic.
Serie A is currently in a period of suspension due to the effects of COVID-19. C. Ronaldo and his teammates have accepted a pay cut to help the team through this difficult period.
Earlier, the Italian press reported that Juventus was ready to sell C. Ronaldo for £ 58 million. The Portuguese star is earning a salary of up to 31 million euros per year and Juventus cannot pay.
Real Madrid is the latest team to show their determination to recruit CR7 this summer. Coach Zidane aspires to possess an almighty star like C.Ronaldo when the performance of Benzema, Bale or Eden Hazard is quite erratic. C. Ronaldo is now 35, but he still has a good scoring effect at Juventus with 25 goals this season.
In addition to Real Madrid, Manchester United also wants CR7, because Solskjaer has long expressed his intention to drag Ronaldo to the Manchester team. Coach Solskjaer said he would borrow Ronaldo in the summer, before buying the player five times to win the European Golden Ball in January.
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