Meeting Cancelled Between Real Madrid And Gareth Bale's Agent

Meeting Cancelled Between Real Madrid And Gareth Bale's Agent

Meeting Cancelled Between Real Madrid And Gareth Bale's Agent

Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 is just a few months away from its launch and at E3 we saw the official trailer lead by Cristiano Ronaldo who's on the main cover of the game but suddenly everything has changed which is due to Ronaldo's unexpected and sudden move to Juventus.

Having signed a four-year deal, that means that Juventus will end up paying over €200m for Ronaldo, with many additional bonuses and incentives on the side.

Whether a mooted move in the region of £88m happens remains to be seen, but either way with Ronaldo now 33-years-old, Madrid have to plan for the future. The guys on Triple M's Rush Hour in Adelaide crunched the numbers.

It turns out that Ronaldo was very serious about leaving the club. Their economic commitment represents far more than that, given that Ronaldo will draw a salary of some €30m a year in Turin.

Watch Now:Cristiano Ronaldo Juggles a Soccer Ball in His UnderwearSee the video. Juventus' fans in the stadium gave him a well-deserved standing ovation for his incredible feat.

It appears that this moment convinced Ronaldo that Juventus was a club worth joining. Benzema's brilliant movements both on and off the ball helped players like Ronaldo find the space to unleash lethal attacks. "This is about his relationship with his boss, Florentino Perez". He will be driven to show Madrid they appreciated him less than he felt they should, and to make Juventus, seven-time Serie A champions in the last seven years, go higher.

Ronaldo had suggested that he wanted to rejoin Manchester United when the time came to leave Madrid, but that opportunity has failed to materialise.

Real Madrid confirmed on Tuesday that the five-time Ballon d'Or victor would be leaving the club to join Juventus. The Juventus board knew they were signing a superstar whose impact would be felt way beyond pitch.

Ahead of their clash on Tuesday night, Belgium playmaker Hazard has told reporters that as a boy, he used to tie his loyalties to the French flag, citing France's World Cup win in 1998 as a major influencing factor.

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