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Three Reasons That Tie CR7 To Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo's departure is made difficult by his 31 million euros net of salary, the remaining year of his contract and of course an offer has not arrived.

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Cristiano, against Udinese Photo Andrea Bressanutti

More than ever the future of Cristiano Ronaldo is current. On Tuesday, the daily L'Équipe published that the Juventus star sees himself at Manchester City. But, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, there are three reasons that make it very difficult for CR7 to leave the 'vecchia signora' this summer, which has also not received any offer for the captain of Portugal.

The first argument that, less than a week before the end of the summer market, reinforces the thesis that Cristiano Ronaldo will not leave is, of course, the Portuguese's salary , always according to the aforementioned newspaper: almost no club can afford to pay him the net 31 million euros that he charges at Juventus.

The second reason is that CR7 has a one-year contract ahead of him, which joins Juventus until June 31, 2022 . The black and white club should transfer it for no less than 30 million euros to avoid a loss.

The third reason is more obvious if it is possible that Juventus has not received any offer for CR7 nor has his environment expressed to the club that the ex-Madrid player wants to leave. 

And, despite everything, speculation continues about his possible departure, with City in the foreground, especially now that he knows that Harry Kane will continue at Tottenham . 

On the other hand, Massimiliano Allegri, once again Juventus coach and who left CR7 on the bench in the first match of Serie A until minute 60, wants the Portuguese reference for young people, giving all his potential, but being one plus.

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