According to reports, it’s being suggested that Serie A side Juventus have agreed to sell Gonzalo Higuain to Chelsea as well as Paulo Dybala to other suitors in order to raise funds available for the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.
Reports emanating from UK Sun via Nigerian news outlet Naija.ng, claimed the duo are likely to face the exit door at Turin this summer as the attacking duo who have been an integral part of the team, have failed to impress in Europe.
The reports adds further that a weekly wages around £500,000-a-week has been agreed with Ronaldo as the ex-Manchester United forward is expected to leave Real for £88million, after nine seasons at the Santiago Beberbeu outfit.
As confirmed by Italian news journalist Tancredi Palmeri, he said:
“Cristiano Ronaldo-Juventus: Juve have approved the plan to sell Higuain and Dybala to make room in their budget.
“Pjanic could stay if Fiat sponsors Cristiano.
“TONIGHT meeting Florentino-Mendes.”
Ronaldo’s new £500,000 a week deal would see him among the world best-paid players. And Juventus former CEO Lucciano Moggi revealed the Portuguese has “already signed” for the Italian club, with Ronaldo having his medicals done in Munich.
Moggi tweets read:
“I think he has already signed and made a visit to Munich #CR7.”