The bombastic announcement of the famous journalist Josep Pedrerol about the possible return of Cristiano Ronaldo raised a lot of dust, and the realization of this transfer would cause tectonic earthquakes on European football soil!
The story that the famous agent Georges Mendes threw the hook and already talked to the leading people of Blancos about the potential realization of the transfer caused an astonishment because only a few weeks ago no one could have expected such an outcome even in the wildest dreams.
Now, Cristiano Ronaldo has shown a desire to return to the old flock, where he felt best and became the football king. Almost from the moment when the information about Ronaldo's transfer was published, one idea came to everyone's mind - how would the return of the best scorer in the club's history change Real's priorities on the transfer market? Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland are two priorities for the attack of the Royal Club in the near future, but months ago contradictory information was published about whether there is really money in Madrid for the realization of at least one of these two megalomaniac transfers.
The reason for that, of course, is the new world economic crisis caused by the corona-virus pandemic. Real Madrid is in the middle of a multimillion-dollar renovation project for the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, the realization which began before the world changed.
Florentino Perez allegedly threw all the resources through loans, investments, and loans on this project, and at the same time managed to find a common language with the players regarding the current salary reduction and amortization of the financial decline.
Looking at the current situation in the football market, the cheapest idea would be the return of Cristiano Ronaldo. It is also written that Juventus is ready to release Ronaldo for only 29,000,000 euros, which would relieve the burden of paying his contract, which amounts to 64,000,000 euros at the gross level.
Entering the story of the purchase of Kylian Mbappe and (or) Erling Haaland would require much more money for compensation, salary, commissions, bonuses ... The good thing for Real is that Ronaldo, despite the not very friendly tone from Madrid after his departure, did not resent too much for everything they said.
Above all, it is Cristiano who is the initiator of this idea, which means that he is probably ready to agree to a certain compromise. After three unsuccessful attempts to finally win the Champions League with Ronaldo, Juventus is ready to cut the ribbon and continue the realization of plans without him.
Ronaldo cost the Old Lady around 300,000,000 euros through compensation, salary, and bonuses, and he managed to pay off for the most part by marketing and winning domestic cups. But, Juventus' idea was not to break all Serie A records and bring the Portuguese ace because of the Scudetto and the Italian Cup.