Serie A Champions Juventus is set to meet Cristiano Ronaldo’s demand in a bid to sign the Portuguese forward.
Ronaldo has asked for a wage increase from Real Madrid hierarchy and he made it known after Los Blancos won their third successive Champions League final in Kiev.
Juventus is aware of the disagreement between both parties and the Old Lady is set to offer Ronaldo an offer to prise him away from Real Madrid.
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According to the report in Italian media Tuttosport, the player and the Italian club have already reached an agreement for a contract until 2022 and a salary of 30 million euros per year.
Real Madrid has set their release clause to be 1 million but Juventus understand that the price is negotiable and knowing so well that the European Champions won’t hold any player against his own will.
Ronaldo was moved by the respect Juventus showed him during the Champions League clash in the quarter-final so he is not moved by just the wages alone.
According to Marca, Juventus are prepared to offer Real Madrid £106m for Ronaldo, while the Italian champions have already put together a wage package in the region of £500,000 a week.
Juventus is also ready to make Ronaldo their main man in the attack and they are willing to release Gonzalo Higuain in the summer transfer market.
The Portuguese star is that quitting Los Blancos is a step downward in his career but he is delighted by the move as he will be faced with a new challenge of aiming to win the Champions League with three different clubs.
Juventus has no true competitor in the Serie A and has been chasing European silverware for the last few years, with the addition of Ronaldo they might win the next Champions League in Madrid.
Ronaldo has scored 450 goals in 438 games for Real Madrid, but his relationship with club president Florentino Perez has deteriorated over the last 12 months