Cristiano Ronaldo Makes SHOCK Legal Move Against Juventus! (Details)

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Cristiano Ronaldo has demanded £17m from his former club Juventus after Manchester United exit, MySportDab reports.

Ronaldo reportedly took the steps after consulting his lawyers following his exit from Manchester United and is set to proceed with litigation if the former club refuses to yield to Ronaldo’s demand.

Ronaldo ended his Man United relationship after he granted a controversial interview with veteran journalist and friend Piers Morgan.

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The interview raised eyebrows in the Manchester United hierarchy, and the two parties agreed to a mutual contract termination.

After his mutual contract termination, Ronaldo reportedly lost £16million that he would earn in the remaining seven months of his two-year contract with the Old Trafford club.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, the five times Ballon d’Or winner has reached out to his former club -Juventus – to pay him an agreement that was struck during the Covid pandemic but which was not made public.

According to reports, the deal was not reported in the stock market or the club’s balance sheet and is said to be worth £17million.

Ronaldo’s demand comes a week after the entire board of Juventus resigned; president Andrea Agnelli, vice-president Pavel Nedved and managing director Maurizio Arrivabene were among a glut of high-ranking Juve board members to walk away from their positions.

Ronaldo left Juventus in 2021 after joining the Serie A club from Real Madrid. Juventus have continuously denied having a secret deal with Ronaldo

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