Real Madrid Release Statement On Rumoured Mbappe Bid

Real Madrid Release Statement On Rumoured Mbappe Bid

Sources close to Ronaldo told ESPN that Juventus have made an offer to Real Madrid for the Portuguese superstar but that no decision has been reached by any party at this point, despite an earlier unverified report in Spain saying the clubs had agreed on a deal.

A report in the Spanish press recently said that Ronaldo's release clause has been lowered from the obscene figure of €1bn to just €120m, which for a player of his quality actually represents decent value in the current market, despite him being 33.

After helping Real Madrid win their historic third consecutive UEFA Champions League title, Cristiano Ronaldo sent the world into a dizzying frenzy when he hinted at a potential exit.

And Marca say that Ronaldo wants to leave Real because he feels the club failed to back him after the incident.

"From injustice to injustice, they will never bring me down".

Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta met with Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes last week while finalising the signing of another client, Portugal full-back Joao Cancelo.

But former managing director Luciano Moggi has laughed off the rumours, saying his former side have other areas in need of addressing.

"Juve's problem is not Ronaldo, it's putting together the defence and the midfield".

"Sincerely, as vice president of Inter, it is something that does not concern me", Zanetti said.

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

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