Ronaldo snubs €200m (£177m/$235m) offer from China for Juventus.
The Portuguese star has rejected an offer worth €200m (£177m/$235m) offer from a Chinese club and has agreed to move to Italian club Juventus, according to reports from Tuttosports.
According to reports, Ronaldo is in Greece with his family and is having a family vacation after been knocked out of World Cup.
Ronaldo has been surrounded by numerous amount of speculations since the news break of him joining the Italian side.
Juventus has reportedly offered €100 million (£88 million /$116 million) deal for the Portuguese star.
Ronaldo joined Real Madrid in 2009 at a world record price of £80 million (€94 million). his contract also had a buy-out clause of €1 billion. He made his debut at Santiago Bernabeu on 29th August 2009 and contributed in the match by scoring from a penalty spot thus resulted in a 3-2 win against Deportivo La Coruna. Representing Madrid his stats says why he is in demand. He has scored 450 goals from 438 matches representing the Spanish Giants across all leagues.
Before joining the Spanish side, Ronaldo was also a part of the English side Manchester United. Cristiano Ronaldo was signed by the English side from Sporting CP in the year 2003. He was the first Portuguese player to be a part of the Red Devils.
Ronaldo was recently linked to Manchester United as well after the reports came out that the Red Devil’s chief is planning to raise their fund to outbid Juventus deal. Also read Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United
He represented the Devils for 292 games across all competition and scored on 118 occasions. His last goal for the Devils came at Old Trafford against Arc-rival Manchester City on 10th may 2009.
Carlos Tevez, Oscar, Hulk, Yannick Carrasco and Nicolas Gaitanare some of he players who have opted to play for the Chinese Super League.