The Juventus club announced that it had sold CR7 “for a consideration of € 15.0 million, payable in five years, which may be increased by an amount not exceeding € 8.0 million, upon the achievement of specific objectives”. Here is the schedule of payments for the blue at Everton
On 10 July 2018 the era-Ronaldo opened for Juve, on 27 August, the eve of Juve-Empoli, the Portuguese champion announced his farewell, towards Manchester, surprisingly the United side. A return to the past, for him, a considerable relief for the painful Juventus coffers, seen from the club side: “Juventus Football Club SpA – reads a press release published today on the official website of the company – announces that it has reached an agreement with Manchester United. FC Ltd for the definitive disposal of the registration rights of the player Dos Santos Aveiro Cristiano Ronaldo for a consideration of € 15.0 million, payable in five financial years, which may be increased, during the duration of the service contract for an amount not exceeding € 8.0 million, upon the achievement of specific sporting objectives. This operation generates a negative economic impact on the 2020/2021 financial year of € 14.0 million, due to the adjustment of the net book value of the player’s registration rights “.
Net of all the analyzes and the balance sheets of those who see in the signing of the Portuguese champion now a flop now an operation that has benefited the Juventus home, the figures remain to summarize a three-year bond made up of 134 appearances, 101 goals and 5 trophies, from the first Super Cup, decided by him, the first Scudetto, up to the Italian Cup and the title of top scorer (after being the most prolific player in Liga and Premier), centered this year. Not to mention the records: he was the first player in Juve history to score at least 100 goals in all competitions in his first three seasons with Juventus and since his arrival in Serie A he is the player who has scored the most goals: 81, at least 10 more than any other.
La Vecchia Signora also communicated the figures relating to the purchase of Moise Kean, born in 2000, from Everton, to whom she had sold him in the summer of 2019, after a career in the Juventus youth teams, from 2010 to 2017: “Juventus Football Club SpA announces that it has reached an agreement with Everton Football Club for the acquisition, on a temporary basis until 30 June 2023, of the registration rights of the player Moise Bioty Kean for a consideration of € 7.0 million, of of which € 3.0 million for the 2021/2022 football season and € 4.0 million for the 2022/2023 football season. achievement of certain sporting objectives during the 2022-23 season. The consideration agreed for the definitive acquisition is € 28.0 million, payable in three financial years. In addition, cumulative bonuses of up to € 3.0 million are envisaged. entourage of further sporting objectives “.
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