Listed on the stock exchange, Juventus Turin released the official figures for Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer to Manchester United on Tuesday. The five-fold Golden Ball finds the Premier League and the club which has definitely revealed it in the eyes of Europe against 15 million euros + 8 bonus.
The amounts of Cristiano Ronaldo’s resounding transfer to Manchester United had already been leaked. They are now official, as is its sale. While Juventus Turin is one of the European clubs listed on the stock exchange, the Bianconeri must provide all possible transparency on their transactions, and therefore communicated this Tuesday morning the figures for the return of CR7 to United.
After three seasons together, 133 appearances for 101 goals scored and five trophies won, the five-time Golden Ball left the Old Lady against an amount of 15 million euros payable in five years, with achievable bonuses that can climb up to 8 million euros. Juventus specifies in its press release that the operation will have « a negative economic impact of 14 million over the year 2020-21 ».
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United to finish paying for transfer when Ronaldo turns 41
The Portuguese international has signed up for the next two seasons (plus an option) for record Premier League emoluments, higher than Alexis Sanchez’s salary when the Chilean was at United (more than € 31 million annually) according to The Telegraph, which does not give a precise figure. The amount of Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer could reach him, when he is 41 years old, 23 million euros.
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A relatively low figure when you consider that the Portuguese trained at Sporting Portugal, who still turned 29 goals in the Italian Championship last season, arrived from Real Madrid in the summer of 2018 against 105 million euros. But now 36 years old and with an XXL salary to assume for his club, Ronaldo still remains at the dawn of his career. That he hopes to finish in apotheosis at United, just to come full circle.