Juventus make bid for Real Madrid star Ronaldo

Juventus make bid for Real Madrid star Ronaldo

Sky Sports News are reporting that the Turin club have tabled a bid in the region of £88m for the legendary forward and that Real Madrid are considering their options. Wow.

Juventus have made a bid of £88 million for Cristiano Ronaldo with the pressure on Manchester United to make a counter offer if they want to resign their former star from Real Madrid.

Juventus did not reply to a request for comment on Tuesday night.

Spanish newspaper Marca suggested on Wednesday that Ronaldo is unhappy at Real because they are searching for a successor to him and president Florentino Perez has publicly courted Paris St Germain forward Neymar, urging the Brazilian previous year to come to Madrid if he wants to win the prestigious Ballon d'Or award.

The newspapers cited the TV report in their own discussions of a potential transfer, but did not confirm that the deal has already been agreed.

"I think Madrid have interest in him, but I do not know about any offers or any potential bids, but it would be almost impossible to sign a player who can sell a lot like him".

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ESPN Deportes' Paola Nunez reported that the "Jugones" story means that Real Madrid are at least considering the possibility of negotiations with Juventus.

The Portugal global is said to expect €30 million (A$47 million) per year to make the move - a figure that could rise to as high as €60 million (A$95 million) with Italian taxes.

Spanish newspaper Marca suggested on Wednesday that Ronaldo is unhappy at Real because they are searching for a successor to him and president Florentino Perez has publicly courted Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar, urging the Brazilian previous year to come to Madrid if he wants to win the prestigious Ballon d'Or award.

Ronaldo said in December that he wanted a raise after helping Real win the Club World Cup.

"Neymar would have plenty of value regarding both marketing and football", he told Onda Cero.

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