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Sunday July 8 2018
Final Ronaldo obstacle for Juve?

It is reported that Real Madrid President Florentino Perez will raise his asking price for Cristiano Ronaldo, but Juventus will pay it.

A fee in the region of €100m was thought to have been agreed between the two clubs for the Portuguese.

However, Gazzetta dello Sport reports this morning that Bernabeu boss Perez is set to lay one final obstacle in the way of the deal being confirmed.

According to the Italian daily, Perez will raise his asking price slightly at a meeting with super-agent Jorge Mendes, scheduled to take place this coming week.

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Saturday July 7 2018
Ronaldo and Juve set the date

Real Madrid could announce Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure on Tuesday, paving the way for his €100m transfer to Juventus.

According to Mediaset Premium, the decisive day will be on July 10, when President Florentino Perez is set to chair a Board meeting.

At that event, he is expected to confirm Cristiano Ronaldo has requested a transfer.

Multiple sources in Italy and Spain continue to state Perez wants Ronaldo to make it clear in public that he is the one pushing for a move in order to seek a new challenge.

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Saturday July 7 2018
Calderon: 'Juve not strange for CR7'

Former Real Madrid President Ramon Calderon blames Florentino Perez for Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit, but “it wouldn’t be strange for him to join Juventus.”

There are multiple reports in Italy, Spain and Portugal that Ronaldo is coming to Juve for €100m, a fee set out in a gentlemen’s agreement between the Ballon d’Or winner and President Florentino Perez in January.

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Saturday July 7 2018
Juve await CR7 all-clear

Juventus are staying silent on Cristiano Ronaldo until Real Madrid confirm they’ll release him for €100m, but the Spaniards want his public declaration.

Italian bookies have suspended bets on CR7 wearing the Bianconeri jersey this season, as they are so confident the deal will be done.

The timing is proving to be an issue, largely because of the tense situation between Ronaldo and Real Madrid President Florentino Perez.

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Saturday July 7 2018
CR7 out, Hazard and Icardi in?

Real Madrid want Eden Hazard plus either Mauro Icardi – who has a €110m release clause – or Robert Lewandowski if Cristiano Ronaldo joins Juventus.

According to Sportitalia, the Merengues are preparing their plan to calm the supporters if CR7 leaves for a new experience at Juve at a cost of €100m.

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Thursday July 5 2018
Ronaldo has to send message

Real Madrid will let Cristiano Ronaldo join Juventus for €100m, but only if he publicly declares it is his decision to move on, according to reports.

The so-called €100m clause is actually a gentlemen’s agreement signed in January and not legally binding, so would still require the all-clear from President Florentino Perez.

Marca, Cadena Cope and Sky Sport Italia are among the sources suggesting Real Madrid want to be clear of blame for the exit of the Ballon d’Or winner.

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Thursday July 5 2018
Ferrari to help Ronaldo transfer

Cristiano Ronaldo would be paid €20m per year as the face of Ferrari, as Juventus prepare to fly out for their final €100m presentation to Real Madrid.

Multiple sources are now confident the deal will go through for €100m and Sky Sport Italia claim director general Beppe Marotta is currently in the Milan offices of Juventus waiting for a call from agent Jorge Mendes.

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Thursday July 5 2018
Galliani discusses CR7 to Juventus

Former Milan CEO Adriano Galliani can’t see Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo joining Juventus - ‘I speak to Florentino Perez often…’

The Portuguese superstar is being increasingly linked with a move to Turin, with the Bianconeri prepared to pay €100m to bring him to Serie A.

Galliani famously has a good relationship with Los Merengues though, and he appeared to suggest the deal won’t happen.

“I’m very friendly with Florentino Perez,” Galliani reminded Corriere della Sera.

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Saturday June 16 2018
Real won't pay €80m for Alisson

Real Madrid President Florentino Perez reportedly said Alisson Becker “can go to Liverpool” if Roma want €80m for the Brazilian.

There are multiple reports from Spain and Italy that the Merengues made an offer of €50m plus bonuses to get close to €60m.

It was rejected, just as Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis confirmed he had a €60m proposal for Alisson turned down.

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Tuesday April 10 2018
Perez: ‘I wanted Totti’

Real Madrid President Florentino Perez confirms he tried to sign Francesco Totti but “he told me he couldn’t move from Roma”.

Er Pupone spent his entire career with the Giallorossi before retiring last season, but his loyalty wasn’t for a lack of offers.

“Totti is one of the legends that everyone wanted,” Perez told Gazzetta dello Sport’s Extra Time supplement.

“Before 2006, at the beginning of my Presidency, I phoned him and asked him to come, but he told me couldn’t move from Roma.”

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