Never seen before, the giant club that owes millions to Cristiano Ronaldo

This club still owe Cristiano millions

This club still owe Cristiano millions

A club is owing Cristiano Ronaldo money despite the forward parting ways with the club. Before joining Manchester United in 2003, at the age of 18, Ronaldo began his senior career with Sporting CP. He won the FA Cup in that season. At the age of 23, he won his first Ballon d'Or. He would then go on to win the Champions League, the FIFA Club World Cup, and three straight Premier League championships.

When Ronaldo joined Real Madrid in 2009 for a transfer fee of €94 million (£80 million), it was the then-most expensive association football transfer ever. Ronaldo went on to win 15 trophies at the club, including four Champions Leagues, two La Liga championships, two Copa del Rey crowns, and two Copa del Reys. 

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He also became the club's all-time leading scorer. In 2013 and 2014, as well as in 2016 and 2017, he won back-to-back Ballons d'Or awards. He also finished second three times to Lionel Messi, a player he considered to be a rival for his career. It was the most expensive transfer for an Italian club and for a player over 30 in 2018 when he joined Juventus in a deal worth an initial €100 million (£88 million).

Before joining United again in 2021, he earned two Serie A championships, two Supercoppa Italiana medals, and a Coppa Italia. In 2022, he left after his contract was mutually terminated by the Old Trafford landlord. In spite of all these achievements at these clubs, there is a club who is still owing Cristiano millions.

This is the debtor:

Despite the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo left the team 16 months ago, Juventus still owes the forward money. In the contract he signed, Ronaldo was guaranteed extra payments even if he left the team after the Covid-19 pandemic. The Portugal forward reportedly took a wage reduction to aid the team during the pandemic, but rumors imply players continued to earn money without informing the FIGC or the stock market.

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