Cristiano Ronaldo ‘agrees on Manchester City’s personal terms – and has he already spoken to Pep Guardiola’
BREAKING NEWS: Cristiano Ronaldo ‘agrees on personal terms with Manchester City – and has already spoken to Pep Guardiola’, reports in Portugal say, as Juventus are in talks to let him leave
- Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus will be questioned this summer
- Italian reports had already claimed City had offered Ronaldo a two-year deal
- Now Portuguese outlets claim the 36-year-old has agreed personal terms
Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed on personal terms ahead of a sensational move to Manchester City, according to reports in Portugal.
The 36-year-old’s future at Juventus has been called into question this summer and his agent Jorge Mendes flew to the bosses of the Serie A giants this week to discuss a solution.
But now reports in the Portugal international’s home country suggest he has already spoken to City boss Pep Guardiola and the Italian side are now in talks with the Premier League champions to let him out three years after he joined the club leave.
Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed personal terms with Manchester City, according to reports
Portuguese shops suggest he has also spoken with City boss Pep Guardiola (left)
Reports in Italy earlier this week said City had offered the former Manchester United star a two-year deal worth £230,000 a week after missing Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
It is believed that Ronaldo currently earns more than £500,000 a week at the Allianz Stadium.
However, the same report suggested that City would not pay a transfer fee to Juventus for Ronaldo, while Guardiola reportedly turned down a proposal for a swap deal with Gabriel Jesus.
Sports post understands, however, that the ex-Real Madrid forward was offered to Guardiola’s side in a £25m deal earlier this month.
Ronaldo signed for Juventus in a mega-money transfer from Real Madrid in 2018, but now has less than 12 months left on his contract with the Serie A giants.