Cristiano Ronaldo is set to leave Real Madrid the club after nine seasons with Los Blancos. Real Madrid confirmed the news in a short statement on their website earlier today.
Ronaldo enjoyed a trophy-laden spell in Madrid, scoring 451 goals in 438 games for the Spanish giants, making him the all-time leading scorer with the club.
Ronaldo won sixteen honours with Real, which included four European Cups three of which have come in the last three seasons. The Portuguese international also picked up two league titles and two Copa Del Ray crowns. Individually, Ronaldo became one of the best players in the World whilst in the Spanish capital, winning the Ballon d'Or on four occasions.
A fee of €105 million has been agreed between Real Madrid and Juventus with the final details yet to be confirmed by both sides. Ronaldo 33, is now set to sign with Serie A champions Juventus. It’s widely accepted that Ronaldo will sign a four year deal with the Italian side, earning an astonishing €30 million per season in Turin.