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Cristiano Ronaldo wants Juventus to pay him €19.9m fee he secretly agreed during COVID pandemic

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, as reported by Football Italia, Cristiano Ronaldo wants Juventus to pay the secretly agreed €19.9 million fee.

Ronaldo publicly took a pay cut during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, he signed a secret agreement with the Old Lady that would have seen him get the aforementioned sum.

However, Juventus didn't inform either the FICG or the stock market about the agreed sum. The fee was set to stand even if the Portuguese superstar left the club.

Ronaldo left for Manchester United in 2021. However, he is yet to get the money agreed to. He has now reportedly contacted a team of lawyers to check the condition with his former club.

The Italian club's sporting director Federico Cherubini has previously said that they owe Ronaldo a total sum of €28 million before taxes.

Cristiano Ronaldo joined Manchester United after leaving Juventus in 2021. He scored 24 goals in 38 games in his first season back with the Red Devils.

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