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Sport The transfer domino effect that Ronaldo's Juventus move could cause

19:45  10 july  2018
19:45  10 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.

Spanish newspaper Marca, meanwhile, claim Ronaldo ’ s move to Turin would “shake up European football” with a domino effect potentially taking place in the market. Here’s what they believe could now happen… They reckon Juventus may now free up some cash by offloading Gonzalo Higuain to

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Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed to join Juventus for a reported £88 million in what looks set to be one of the biggest transfers of the summer.

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.

Cristiano Ronaldo looks set to complete a stunning move to Juventus this summer, snubbing both Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain. The Serie A giants

Cristiano Ronaldo ' s move to Juventus has progressed too far to collapse now, according to a leading football agent. The Portuguese star could join the Serie A champions as soon as this week as the two clubs continue to negotiate his transfer fee.

The move to the Old Lady has sent shockwaves around the footballing world and it is set to cause quite the domino effect in the transfer market.

These are some of the transfers deals that could fall into place now Ronaldo has agreed to move to Turin.

West Ham step up interest in €20 million rated Sturaro .
According to reports in Italy, West Ham are stepping up their pursuit of Italian midfielder Stefano Sturaro. Tuttosport report that Juventus are ready to sell the midfielder to fund other transfer business during this window, after their big-money move for Cristiano Ronaldo. Wolves and West ham are reportedly ready to bid for the Italian, with Juventus supposedly after a €20 million offer for the midfielder. The pair aren’t the only sides after the midfielder however, with Crystal Palace, Newcastle and Leicester also taking a look at Sturaro. Sturaro has struggled for game time at Juventus, and the big money signing of Ronaldo surely means he is leaving the club this Summer. Sturaro has certainly profited during his time at Juventus, with the midfielder taking home four Italian League titles, four Italian cups and winning the Italian super cup once. A move to West Ham could give Sturaro the first team football he desires in the Premier League.

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