Real Madrid is reportedly set to accept a shock €100m (£88m) bid from Juventus for Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo.
According to Spanish TV programme El Chiringuito, Los Blancos will wave farewell to their star man this summer, allowing him to make a switch to play in Italy and earn a gargantuan salary of €30m (£27m) per year.
It is claimed that this supposed exit for Ronaldo is brought on by him feeling he has reached the end of a “cycle” at the Bernabeu and there is nothing new to achieve at the Spanish club.
The 33-year-old has won two league titles, two domestic cups and four Champions League trophies during his time at the club.
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CR7 has also picked up four Ballon d’Or awards while in Madrid, adding to the one he won as a Manchester United player in 2008.
Manager Zinedine Zidane announced that he would be standing down following their third consecutive Champions League win in May.
Should Ronaldo now follow him out of the club, it would bring about a major Madrid overhaul, with Gareth Bale having also expressed discontent at his lack of game time and may as well decide to leave the club in search of more playing time.