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Juventus Name Their Price For Cristiano Ronaldo And It's Ridiculously Cheap

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Juventus Name Their Price For Cristiano Ronaldo And It's Ridiculously Cheap

Juventus have reportedly set their Cristiano Ronaldo asking price at £24 million.

The Bianconeri snapped up the five-time Ballon d'Or winner for a fee of £99 million and he's scored 92 goals in 121 appearances - winning back-to-back Serie A titles in the process.

But in the Champions League, a competition Ronaldo has won five times, the club have failed to get past the quarter finals since he joined and suffered disappointing knockout exits at the hands of Ajax, Lyon and Porto.

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The Portugal superstar has come under immense criticism for failing to turn up in either leg in the round of 16 defeat to Porto and turning his back in the wall for the decisive goal.

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And reports say that Juvenus are to meet with the 36-year-old to discuss his future in Turin.

As per Corriere dello Sport, via Football Italia, the Serie A champions would be looking to recoup a minimum of £24 million going off his contract in order to avoid making a financial loss.

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Ronaldo is contracted until 2022 but there have been no talks regarding a new deal.

Speaking before the Porto game, Juventus' Chief Football Officer Fabio Paratici said: "Fortunately, there is still a year on Ronaldo's contract, so we have time to talk to him. That's not a priority right now."

El Chiringuito claim Ronaldo misses Real and that talks will intensify in the coming months.

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In 438 appearances across nine seasons, Ronaldo scored a ridiculous 450 goals for Los Blancos after joining in a then-world-record £80 million move from Manchester United.

He won a total of 15 trophies, including two La Liga titles and four Champions Leagues, while also collecting four of his five Ballon d'Or wins in the Spanish capital.

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Asked about a potential reunion with Ronaldo, Real boss Zinedine Zidane told a press conference: "You know what he is, what he has done and how much love we have for him.

"He made history here, he's magnificent.

"Now, he is a Juve player and I cannot tell you anything about what they [media] are saying. He's a Juve player and I have to respect these things."

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Topics: Football, Serie A, Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo

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