Before the news that Juventus was in danger of being forced to sell Ronaldo, Real Madrid had made moves that showed they wanted to bring CR7 back to the Bernabeu.
Juventus is the team suffering the severest hit by COVID-19
The Allianz home team is said to be difficult to maintain regular pay each season for Ronaldo. “The financial situation of Juventus is ambiguous, and paying Ronaldo regularly is an impossible task.”
Corriere Dello Sport reported that Real Madrid is willing to pay 58 million euros to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to the Bernabeu in the near future. The Royal side promises to keep their current income (31 million euros per season) in order to convince the Portuguese superstar.
In the context of the pandemic hit hard on the financial situation of Juventus, the Allianz team is said to be difficult to maintain regular pay each season for Ronaldo. “Juventus’ financial situation is ambiguous, and paying Ronaldo regularly is an impossible task,” Il Massaggero said.
Ronaldo has agreed to reduce wages for 4 consecutive months to support Juventus. In the next few months, if the situation is not better, CR7 will hold a meeting with the team leader to clarify the future.
Ronaldo announced his departure from Real after helping the club to a third consecutive Champions League title. One of the reasons why the superstar was born in 1985 is that he cannot unify the salary problem with the Bernabeu football team.
At the age of 35, Ronaldo remains in good shape and steadily shines in the Juventus shirt. The champion of the UEFA Nations League has scored 25 goals, thereby helping the Bianconeri to maintain its ambition in two main arenas, Serie A and Champions League.
Real Madrid face financial difficulties since selling Ronaldo
Real Madrid does not seem to be the team with financial strength too strong since Cristiano Ronaldo left.
Last season’s financial statements of Real Madrid last season caused a lot of controversy among the leaders of the team. The revenue of the team from television rights compared to the time before the Spanish Royal team sold Cristiano Ronaldo has not changed significantly. However, revenues from shirt sales and other sponsorships were significantly reduced. This is not too difficult to understand because CR7’s brand value is too great.
The COVID-19 outbreak happened unexpectedly, putting “White Vultures” in a predicament. Recently President Florentino Perez had to approve the plan to reduce player salaries at least within 3 months to overcome difficulties. The players can lose 50-70% of their salary during this time similar to Barcelona. This is in contrast to the English Premier League when the big teams have not made any official announcement to cut the salaries of players, coaching staff and staff.
Even when the COVID-19 epidemic was contained, it was confirmed that Real Madrid would carry out a purge of forces to reduce financial pressure from the player’s wages. Real Madrid‘s salary fund is currently around 284 million euros and their list of registered players is 37 people. Perez hopes this reform will help his team save 75 million Euro/season.
4 stars who currently have very high income at the Bernabeu but have extremely limited contributions may be the name to become “the victim”. It is Gareth Bale with a pre-tax income of 29 million euros/season, James Rodriguez 16.4 million euros/season, Mariano Diaz 8 million euros/season and Brahim 7 million euros/season.
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