Cristiano Ronaldo set to leave Real Madrid for €100 million

Cristiano Ronaldo set to leave Real Madrid for €100 million

"I am not of course sure if he wants to leave Real Madrid or not but maybe he wants another adventure, in another league, let us see what happens".

Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have been two of the clubs linked with Ronaldo in recent weeks but Juventus are increasingly confident they will be able to seal a deal with the Portuguese poseur.

According to Spanish daily sports programme Jugones, Real Madrid have made a decision to sell Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus.

For me they would be wrong to get Cristiano with a €30 million salary.

The 33-year-old hinted that he could leave the Bernabeu directly after Real won their third successive Champions League title at the end of May, while he has been agitating for a move since last summer.

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Real president Florentino Perez had been unwilling to sanction a new contract for a player in the twilight of his career, and was adamant that Ronaldo would only be sold if his €1billion (£883m) release clause was met.

Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes, who was in Turin over the weekend to finalise Joao Cancelo's transfer to the Bianconeri, is said to have also discussed the Portugal captain's move with club officials.

Now that the Portugese forward finds himself out of the World Cup, the links are beginning to come thick and fast again, with one report claiming that Ronaldo is set to put pen to paper on a €100 million transfer to Serie A champions Juventus.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo remains silent about his future, with reports in both Portugal and Italy also revealing Juve's interest - which has not been denied by Madrid.