Juventus is now increasing their efforts to get a deal for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Juventus wants to end the deal as soon as possible
Following last night’s meeting between Cristiano’s agent Jorge Mendes and Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez, where the striker is said to have “closed the door once and for all”, Juve is working to reach his signature as soon as possible.
Indeed, with Juventus wrapped up a deal “in the next few hours”, Sport Mediaset says Serie A champions are planning to unveil Portugal start this Saturday.
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The broadcaster has revealed that Juventus president Andrea Agnelli, general manager Giuseppe Marotta, sports director Fabio Paratici and coach Massimiliano Allegri held a two-hour meeting this morning to finalize the latest steps that the Turin club should now to provide services and sign the Golden Ball holder.
With a four-year contract worth 30m euros per season already agreed with Cristiano, Sport Mediaset reports Marotta and Paratici were on duty to fly to Madrid immediately and trying to reach an agreement with Real Madrid.
The duo are expected to pay 100m euros for former Sporting and Manchester United star, and Real Madrid, are ready to accept that offer.