If Ronaldo can lead Juventus to the UEFA Champions League final, the media exposure for that year alone would be worth about $US58.3 million, according to Eric Smallwood, president of Apex Marketing Group.
Following reports that some of Ronaldo's fees will be paid by Juventus' parent company Exor, which also owns Fiat and Ferrari, the Unione Sindacale di Base made a decision to move forward in favor of a strike at FCA Melfi, said to last between July 15, and July 17.
With the Portuguese now set to take center stage in Turin, Liverpool may promise Dybala more of a starring role than what he would have at Juventus next season alongside Ronaldo. Obviously, more people would watch the league in which Cristiano Ronaldo plays.
Now displaying his exceptional athleticism for France at the World Cup, PSG wonder kid Kylian Mbappe will be a top candidate to make a move to Madrid. He's leaving a club that has won the last three Champions Leagues. I insist, it was a great team game. I can only thank them all for the love and affection I have received.
Ronaldo is Real Madrid's all-time leading goalscorer and attention has quickly turned to how Julen Lopetegui will cope without him.
Ronaldo led Portugal to its first major title at the European Championship two years ago in France. The Old Lady will now hope that, with CR7 swapping sides, that they are finally the ones holding all the aces.
If Neymar and Mbappe are not options, Madrid could look to other players who have done well at the World Cup, including Belgium's Eden Hazard and England's Harry Kane.
"It came to a head several months ago, when Cristiano was telling Real Madrid time and time again that he wasn't particularly happy there", Hunter said. "Big hug and good luck!"
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