Juventus intend to part ways with Ronaldo before the expiration of his contract. Paying a salary to a Turin club is expensive for a Portuguese.
Turin’s Juventus are going to sell Cristiano Ronaldo. According to Spanish media, the Italian club is not going to extend the contract with the 35-year-old Portuguese striker and is considering selling him a year before the expiration of his contract, for the summer of next year.
That’s because the Turin Grand, due to financial problems caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, finds it difficult to pay Ronaldo a salary of 31 million euros a year. With the sale of the star, Juventus will at least return the part of the amount (according to the spread information, the amount was 112 million euros), which was paid to Real Madrid in 2018 in the transfer of Cristiano.
Moreover, in his time, Juventus bought Cristiano Ronaldo, first of all, to succeed in the European arena, however, “Bianconeri” still failed to win the long-awaited Champions League.
In the current season of Serie A, Cristiano Ronaldo has played four matches, in which he scored 6 goals and conceded one assist. The 35-year-old striker, who has twice won the Italian title with Juventus and won the Italian Super Cup, has a contract with the Turinese until the summer of 2022.
The famous portal Transfermarkt currently estimates the Portuguese at 60 million euros.