Real Madrid and Juventus agree £105m transfer deal for Cristiano Ronaldo

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Real Madrid and Juventus agree £105m transfer deal for Cristiano Ronaldo

Can, newly arrived from Liverpool after rejecting an offer to stay at Anfield, said he'd welcome Ronaldo's arrival in Turin but stayed cagey about the process.

Of course, Melchor is backed by an official statement released by the club last week in which they denied having agreed a deal with the France global.

Eden Hazard has once again flirted with the idea of joining Real Madrid this summer by insisting it's "everyone's dream" to play for the Spanish giants.

The aforementioned source is also reporting that Real won't be chasing a new goalkeeper this season either.

However, it seems Real Madrid could face challenges with all five of their target and Hazard could actually be the easiest buy.

If Ronaldo does end up leaving the club, Real Madrid will have a massive hole to fill in attack, to go with the financial means that have defined the club for years.

He also became the top scorer in Madrid's history with 451 goals in 438 games.

"For now, it's the World Cup".

He will be paid a staggering £106m over the duration of his deal, which is being sponsored in part by vehicle company FIAT.

He is now set to be unveiled as the Italian club's record signing, eclipsing the £75.3m they paid for Gonzalo Higuain.

However, player sales are expected.

Paulo Dybala could be sold, with Liverpool linked to the Argentine. He has won two La Liga titles, two Copa del Reys and four Champions League crowns during his time with the club.

Speaking after his unveiling at Sassuolo on Friday, Boateng stated that the arrival of the five-time UEFA Champions League victor will add much more value to the league.

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