Man United and Chelsea will suffer as a result of Cristiano Ronaldo’s future choice.
Cristiano Ronaldo has decided to stay at Juventus for the remainder of his contract.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s decision to extend his contract with Juventus for another season is expected to persuade the Italian club to sign Erling Haaland next summer. With another European superpower in the mix, Manchester United and Chelsea’s chances of securing the Norwegian, who they have reportedly been hunting in recent weeks, will inevitably be harmed.
Given that he scored 41 goals in 41 games last season and will be fresher than most after missing Euro 2020, Haaland might be a genuinely dangerous threat next season.
If he has another outstanding season, as many believe he will, he will be even more of a bargain at £65 million — the value of his release clause, which kicks in next summer.
Naturally, the chance to sign what appears to be a generational talent for a relatively low fee, by today’s standards, will entice all of the continent’s big boys.
Because Ronaldo has decided to stay in Turin for another season, Massimiliano Allegri will not be faced with the challenge of replacing a goal machine in the coming weeks.
Man United are in talks with a second Real Madrid player following the sale of Raphael Varane.
What this means is that CR7’s contract is about to expire, which is the ideal time to sign Haaland — one in, one out.
As a result, Mail Online reports that Juventus will join a potentially large list of clubs interested in acquiring Haaland in 2022.
Replacing Ronaldo’s goals is very difficult, but Haaland is one of the few players on the planet capable of matching such stats.
Juventus, on the other hand, will suffer a significant financial loss if Ronaldo leaves for free in the next 12 months.
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The Italian club paid over £100 million for him in 2018, and while he has continued to score at an incredible clip, not recouping any of that money is bound to be a slap in the face.
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