Cristiano Ronaldo agrees Juventus transfer terms as Real Madrid exit looms

Cristiano Ronaldo has a total agreement with Juventus as his Real Madrid exit draws ever nearer.

The Portuguese has agreed to a four-year contract worth €30m per season, while a transfer fee of €100m is expected to be enough to prize away the Galactico from the Bernabeu.

The player’s agent, Jorge Mendes, met with Real president Florentino Perez and right-hand man Jose Angel Sanchez on Wednesday evening to discuss the terms of an exit.

Los Blancos want €100m to grant Ronaldo’s wish and agree to sell the player to Turin, report Marca .

Ronaldo’s intention is to move to Italy after Perez and Sanchez failed to touch on a salary increase or new deal for any considerable time.

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The move appears to have been in offing since April when Ronaldo was charmed by the Allianz Stadium reaction to his spectacular bicycle kick goal in the Champions League quarter-final.

"That was one of the nicest moments I’ve had this evening," Ronaldo said after his brace inspired Madrid to a 3-0 first leg lead. "For people to applaud me at a stadium like that of Juventus, where they’ve had great players and where they have great players, is a top moment.

"I’m very happy and excited because this has always been a club that I’ve liked since I was a little boy.

"For them to applaud you, that stays in your heart. I have to thank all of the Italians who were here in the stadium and who applauded me. Grazie!"

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