Juventus's general manager, Giuseppe Marotta, and the club's director of football, Fabio Paratici, will travel to Madrid in the new few hours to finalise the deal to bring Cristiano Ronaldo to Turin. This is what Italian outlet 'Sport Mediaset' are reporting.
The Italian television programme claims that Marotta and Paratici and ready and waiting to take a private plane to Madrid. Juventus are confident that Cristiano could arrive in Turin as soon as Saturday.
The trip to Madrid will take place after the Italian club's president, Andrea Agnelli, had a meeting this morning with the head coach Massimiliano Allegri.
Juventus' coach, who was staying in Trieste, travelled to Turin in order to have this meeting with Agnelli and the main subject was the possible arrival of Cristiano. The cost of the deal is said to be €100m.
According to the information reported over the last few days from Italian and international newspapers, Ronaldo will sign a four year deal with Juventus where he'll earn €30m per season. 'Sport Mediaset' believe Juventus are already preparing for the Portuguese superstar to arrive in Turin and the plan is to present him to the fans and media this Saturday (7th July).