Juventus could be compelled to sell Cristiano Ronaldo because of the overwhelming effect on their funds from the coronavirus emergency. There is enormous worry about the long haul monetary effect of the pandemic, and Italian paper Il Messagero reports that Juventus probably won’t have the option to bear to pay Ronaldo’s eye-watering contract in any event, when football comes back to ordinariness.
Ronaldo has consented to defer four months’ wages to support the club’s funds, as have his Juventus partners, alongside chief Maurizio Sarri. They have consented to a decrease in pay equivalent to the regularly scheduled installments of March, April, May, and June, which is set to spare the club around £80million.
In any case, Ronaldo’s gigantic £500,000 seven days compensation – his agreement is worth over £27m every year – could demonstrate a lot for Juventus to support in any event, when income streams return. Football clubs over the globe are being hit by a total loss of matchday income with all apparatuses dropped until further notification, in addition to the approaching danger of tremendous decreases in TV installments, should those installations never be played.