Former Juventus CEO Luciano Moggi revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo’s deal to join Juventus “is done.”
“He has already signed his contract after passing his medical in Germany, that’s what very important people within Juventus told me,” revealed Moggi in an interview with Tele7Gold.
Juventus would pay €100 million to sign Cristiano Ronaldo away from Real Madrid, according to a report from El Chiringuito. The Portuguese star will earn €30 million/year and would sign a four-season contract with the Italian club, per that same report.
Ronaldo tried to get a new contract with Real Madrid last season but the club decided not to give him the salary he wants. That led to Ronaldo’s shocking quotes right after the final whistle in the Champions League Final, when he suggested that he had played his last game for the club. However, he corrected himself just a day after and that gave fans some hope, although it now seems that the Portuguese legend will end up leaving the club after nine incredibly successful seasons.