Sport United would benefit from potential Juventus deal for Ronaldo

18:05  05 july  2018
18:05  05 july  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Real Madrid considering £88m Ronaldo offer from Juventus

  Real Madrid considering £88m Ronaldo offer from Juventus Real Madrid are reportedly considering a £88 million offer from Juventus for Cristiano Ronaldo. Sky Sports report that the Old Lady have lodged a bid to sign the player this summer, in what would be an eye-catching move. Ronaldo has often voiced his frustration at Real Madrid and it seems he is once again keen to leave the club this summer. Juventus are hoping to seal a deal to sign Ronaldo, who they believe would help them secure the Champions League trophy that they have been desperately chasing. After dominating domestically in Italy, Juventus have set out to win the Champions League trophy, but have been unable to do so. Despite reaching the latter stages of his career, the Turin outfit believes Ronaldo can get them over that hurdle. Some reports have linked Real Madrid with a big-money move for Kylian Mbappe this summer, which would raise questions over Ronaldo’s long-term future.

The Portuguese ace is tipped to sign for the Turin club in an £88m deal , potentially penning a four-year contract worth £105m. Initially it was thought only Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain had the financial clout to afford Ronaldo , but now Juventus believe they will be able to generate the funds

Please Subscribe and Enjoy More Manchester United will not pursue a deal for Cristiano Ronaldo this summer despite the forward’s desire to leave Real United have failed twice to re-sign Ronaldo since his departure to Spain in 2009 and could easily match Juventus ’ bid and wages on offer.

Reports in Spain suggest that Manchester United could be set to receive some of the fee paid by Juventus for Cristiano Ronaldo if the deal goes ahead.

Spanish outlet AS report that United would be due 2.5% of any potential fee for Ronaldo, amid rumours that the Portuguese star is on his way to Turin.

The reason United will be due the money is due to the solidarity contribution set out in the Regulations on the Statute and Transfer of Players of FIFA.

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When a player is transferred before the end of his contract, the clubs that contributed to his education and training of the player between the ages of 12 and 23 will be distributed 5% of the transfer.

Juventus to sell Higuain and Dybala to fund Ronaldo move

  Juventus to sell Higuain and Dybala to fund Ronaldo move Juventus have reportedly decided to cash in on both Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala in a bid to raise funds to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. Tancredi Palmeri claims that the Old Lady will sell both players this summer to raise funds for Ronaldo, who continues to be linked with a €100 million move to Turin. Higuain has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea, with some reports going as far as suggesting a €60 million fee has been agreed between both clubs. The former Real Madrid striker is due to turn 31 in December and Juventus may feel they may never get a better chance to cash in on the player. However, more surprisingly, Dybala is also being linked with a summer exit. Dybala has been considered as the future of the club for some time and is seen as someone who can be the next Alessandro Del Piero figure in Turin.

And now, Real Madrid have apparently understood that there is no harm in letting the 33-year-old former Manchester United man leave. There have been multiple reports claiming Juventus are showing keen interest in Ronaldo however Marca have reported that there has been no concrete bid

Juventus move for Ronaldo . Man United could factor into the deal too, with an existing interest in Alex Sandro, who could be bundled into a swap deal with Matteo Darmian along with additional cash.

This means United will be due 2.5%, whilst Sporting Club in Portugal with be due the other 2.5% of his fee.

Ronaldo joined Madrid from Manchester United in 2009, for a then world record fee of over £80 million.

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Pjanic: Ronaldo 'a huge coup' for Juventus .
While happy to praise the club's new signing, the midfielder was less talkative regarding his own future with the Serie A sideFive-time Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldo swapped three-time reigning European champions Real Madrid for Juve in a sensational deal that will cost €100m (£88m/$117m) plus €12m (£10.5m/$14m) in additional charges.

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