Juventus Send Transfer Conditions To Manchester United In Ronaldo’s Deal

Cristiano Ronaldo Might Be Close To Joining Manchester United And There’s Only A Little Bit To Be Done To Secure A Move.

Manchester United have been linked to a reunion with their former employee.

Ronaldo might return to the old Trafford 12 years after leaving for Real Madrid in then record Transfer fee of £80m.

Juventus are looking to move the player on as he takes up too much wage and they’re are trying to free up their wage bill.

He moved to the Turin club in 2018 after winning 3 consecutive Champions League with Juventus.

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However the deal as failed to produce result as the purpose of his Transfer (winning the Champions League) have not been achieved.

With Allegri in charge next season, the Player is no longer viewed as untouchable as they are trying to move him on to fund other Transfers.

Manchester United have already made their stance clear on the issue, they’ve admitted their interest but won’t pay his astronomical wage.

Juventus are however ready to do a direct swap that will involve another reunion but this time it’ll be Paul Pogba moving to Allianz stadium.

The deal will involve no cash as Pogba is also in the last year of his current contract and he’s yet to agree an extension.

Ronaldo will also have to part with a substantial amount of his wages if he wants the move and sources close to the player said he’s ready to do that.

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Another option for the Player is a reunion with Real Madrid as new manager Ancelotti is said to be Keen on the player who produced his best numbers under the Italian.

But a pay cut will still be on the card as Ronaldo reportedly Left Madrid on pay rise dispute and this time, Real Madrid are in a more difficult position financially as they have million of debt to offset.

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