As reported by ‘Corriere dello Sport’, Juventus are expected to sell Cristiano Ronaldo for € 29m or more in order not to generate losses. According to the aforementioned media outlet, the Old Lady ‘has already written off a total of 86 million out of the 115 million it cost. The difference should be reduced with a possible transfer.

The elimination of Juventus in the Champions League triggered a domino effect that extended to Madrid. At the start, we knew that Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to come back to wear the Real jersey and come back three seasons later.

However, the return of CR7 to the Spanish capital seems unlikely. The Merengue club themselves consider his signing impractical for economic reasons: he cannot afford the costs that his return would entail.

Against this background, ‘Corriere dello Sport’ have revealed the amount for which the Portuguese should be sold so that the Italian club can amortize his transfer.

The aforementioned media analyzed the economics of the bianconero club and said that Cristiano’s selling price should be at least € 29 million.

The Old Lady does not want to suffer losses and therefore takes stock of what she has already been able to gain with her No. 7. They signed the Portuguese for 115 million and so far they have recovered 86 in total.

The difference is therefore 29 million and this will be the starting price of CR7 in the transfer window. At 36 and with such a high salary, the amount can be high, but his performance and competitiveness will be appreciated in any team in the world.

A price to which, in addition, the agreed salary should be added. An operation that does not seem easy for anyone and for which Real Madrid excludes, at least for the moment, his return.