Moments after lifting a third consecutive UEFA Champions League trophy by beating Liverpool 3-1 in the final on May 27 (AEST), Ronaldo appeared to suggest he had already chose to leave Madrid, telling a television reporter on the pitch at Kiev's NSC Olympic Stadium: "It was attractive to play for Real Madrid". That deal was reported to be worth 180 million euros.
Juventus have been a dominant force in Italy for some time now.
Any transfer would still require Ronaldo to leave and agree personal terms on a new contract. The French club needs to comply with "Financial Fair Play" rules which monitor overspending on transfers and wages.
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Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta met with Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes last week while finalising the signing of another client, Portugal full-back Joao Cancelo.
Italian newspaper Tuttosport led with the move on Wednesday, with Ronaldo on their cover and the headline: "Cristiano, one step away from Juventus".
Ronaldo scored two goals against Juventus in Madrid's 4-1 win in the 2017 Champions League final and struck a jaw-dropping bicycle kick against the Italians in a 3-0 win in a quarter-final first leg in Turin, which prompted Juve supporters to give him a standing ovation. Last month, he reportedly agreed to pay €18.8 million to settle his tax case.
"Neymar would have plenty of value regarding both marketing and football", he told Onda Cero.