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The reason why CR7 won't join Roma and will stay at Manchester United

As reported by 'Corriere dello Sport', the Roma board is not in a position to take on the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo in this transfer window. 

Cristiano is threatening to leave Manchester United.
Cristiano is threatening to leave Manchester United.

In recent days, Cristiano Ronaldo's name has been linked with Roma. After failing to qualify for the Champions League, the Portuguese would have intentions to leave Manchester United and the Roman team appeared as one of the options.

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However, the media 'Corriere dello Sport' confirmed that the management of Jose Mourinho's team is not in a good economic situation to assume an important contract such as that of Cristiano Ronaldo.

First of all, the 23 million euros that 'CR7' has as salary, nor a possible reduction, are not affordable for the Italian team. In addition, the Portuguese is already 37 years old and Roma would not be willing to offer him two years of contract.

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On the other hand, it is worth clarifying that Cristiano would not benefit from the 'Crescita Decree', a law that allows strong tax breaks for players who come from abroad and meet certain characteristics. Ronaldo did have this benefit when he signed for Juventus, but now he would not have the same luck.

Finally, the relationship between Mourinho and the Manchester United star would not have been in the best conditions after his stay at Real Madrid. For all these reasons, Roma are not considering signing Cristiano Ronaldo in this market.

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