This is what Cristiano will do to get more millions out of giant European club

Why Cristiano needs millions from this club

Why Cristiano needs millions from this club

On July 10, 2018, Cristiano signed a four-year contract with Italian club Juventus after completing a €100 million transfer from Real Madrid, which also included an additional €12 million in other fees and solidarity contributions to Ronaldo's youth clubs. This happened despite months of negotiations to sign a new Real Madrid contract. 

The move represented the largest sum ever paid to a player above the age of 30 by an Italian team. Cristiano initially cited his desire for a fresh challenge as the reason behind his decision to leave Real Madrid, but he then blamed the club's president, Florentino Pérez, for his perceived lack of support. Ronaldo made his debut on August 18 in a 3-2 away victory over Chievo Verona.

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He was sold to Manchester United after the deal was officially confirmed on August 31 and was for an initial sum of £12.85 million with a two-year contract plus an optional year. Cristiano won a Coppa Italia, two Supercoppa Italiana trophies, and two Serie A championships. However, what seems as a good relationship with the Turin-based club is being put to test.

Juventus have been under investigation after learning that the Bianconeri covertly agreed to pay its squad during the early stages of the COVID pandemic in 2020, despite publicly declaring that salary payments had been temporarily suspended. These agreements were kept off of their reported balance sheets and not disclosed to the FIGC or stock market.

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Although he had secretly agreed to a pact with the club that would have guaranteed him the €19.9m even if he left Turin, Cristiano had publicly promised to take a wage cut. Before making his request, the Portuguese star enlisted a group of attorneys to assess the situation at the Old Lady and review their financial statements before making the demand.

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