Reports from Spanish paper AS suggest that Ronaldo has reached an agreement with Juventus while Portuguese reports suggest a move is imminent.
AS report that an agreement between Juventus and Ronaldo has been in place for some weeks now, believed to be in the region of €30m per season.
There’s a suggestion in parts of the Spanish press that Ronaldo is determined to leave Madrid as he feels undervalued by the club and his relationship with President Florentino Perez has become strained in recent months, in part due to the clubs pursuit of Neymar.
Portuguese paper ‘Record’ report that Ronaldo’s move to Juventus is now only ‘a matter of hours away’, in line with similar reports from Gazzetta Dello Sport, La Stampa and Corriere Dello Sport that all suggest Juve will pay €100m for Ronaldo.
Record go on to suggest that FIAT will sign a sponsorship deal with CR7 which will help fund the hefty €30m per season wages.
There are further reports in Italy from Tuttojuve that coach Max Allegri has returned home from his holiday to meet with President Andrea Agnelli in Turin.
The duo are expected to discuss the transfer market with Ronaldo being the main subject of their discussion.
Finally, Sky Italia report that Juve are increasingly confident of actually completing a deal that will bring CR7 to Turin.