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Juventus plans to win 97 million euros from the sale of 7 players

The Italian Juventus team is preparing to sell a number of its players to support the old lady's ranks, in preparation for the new season 2021-2022. And, according to the Italian newspaper, “Toto Sport”, the Juventus administration decided to get rid of some players to provide the necessary funds to support the Bianconeri’s ranks with a number of the most prominent deals in the next season.

The newspaper added that Juventus officials have identified a list of 7 players to be sold this summer for 97 million euros.

And the 7 names nominated to leave Juventus are Turkish defender Merih Demiral (40 million euros), Rugani (9 million euros), Frapota (7 million euros), De Sciglio (6 million euros), Bernardeschi (15 million euros), Ramsey (15 million euros). ), Baka (5 million euros).

She indicated that if the entire list is sold, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri will be able to support the Juventus ranks with more than one player, led by Serigo, Italy goalkeeper, and Sassuolo star Locatelli.

On the other hand, press reports revealed exciting developments regarding the future of Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo, the Italian Juventus striker, whether to continue or leave the old lady in the new season "2021-20".

The Portuguese Ronaldo (36 years old) has been wearing the old lady's shirt since 2018, when he joined him from Real Madrid in a deal valued at 114 million euros, and he also provided him with very good levels, and his contract expires in June 2022.

And the Italian newspaper, "La Gazzetta dello Sport", confirmed that Jorge Mendes, Ronaldo's agent, made a strange request to the Juventus administration towards the future of the Portuguese.

The newspaper pointed out that Cristiano's business agent suddenly asked the club to extend the Portuguese player's contract until the summer of 2023.

The newspaper stressed that the management of the old lady asked for a period of time to make a decision, because the Portuguese, who has the highest income at Allianz Stadium, has a salary of 31 million euros annually.

Ronaldo, despite doing everything possible, failed to achieve Juventus' big goal, which is to get the European Champions League title, as the Italian giant bid farewell to the competition, in the three seasons, in the playoffs.

While Cristiano won the title of top scorer in the Italian league in the final season, for the first time in his history, since his move to Juventus in the summer of 2018.

And the journey of negotiations began with Cristiano Ronaldo, the Italian player, Juventus, with his Italian club, to renew his contract for two seasons until the 2023 season.

 Although Ronaldo's salary costs Juventus 30 million euros per season, Jorge Mendes is negotiating to find a solution to his salary in two seasons until 2023, which amounts to 60 million euros, a salary that is difficult to bear in the circumstances of the impact of the Corona virus pandemic on world football.

Juventus finished the season in fourth place and lost its title as a champion of the Italian League, as it was eliminated from the round of 16 in the Champions League by Porto, and won only the Italian Cup, and at the beginning of last season the Italian Super Cup.

Despite the poor results, Cristiano Ronaldo was crowned the Italian league's top scorer for the first time with Juventus, to add to his previous win of the Premier League top scorer award with Manchester United, and the Spanish League top scorer award with Real Madrid.