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Real Madrid and Juventus reportedly reach €105 million agreement for Cristiano Ronaldo, deal could be announced today

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Real Madrid and Juventus have reached a €105 million agreement for the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo to the Italian club, according to a report from Jugones and MARCA. The deal could be announced as early as today and Ronaldo will publish a farewell letter to the fans right after Madrid announce the transfer.

Juventus president Andrea Agnelli traveled to Greece to complete the deal early this Tuesday and it seems like he had success. Ronaldo will sign a four-year deal with Juventus, leaving Real Madrid after nine seasons.

Ronaldo tried to get a new deal with Real Madrid but the club decided not to negotiate one considering that his contract was set to expire in 2021. The Portuguese star wanted to get a significant raise to earn as much as Messi and Neymar, but ultimately these talks stalled, leaving Ronaldo’s clearly unsettled about the whole situation.

Expect official confirmation about this transfer very soon.

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