Cristiano Ronaldo-to-Juventus rumours played up by European papers

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Spanish club Real Madrid have denied the reports that the club has agreed a stunning deal with French side Paris-Saint-Germain for the signing of France worldwide Kylian Mbappe. That deal was reported to be worth 180 million euros.

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly agreed to sign for Juventus.

Meanwhile, the story on the front of Italy's Tuttosport on Tuesday said Juventus were preparing an offer of almost €120m for Ronaldo.

Juventus, who have dominated Italian football over the last few years, believe they are in pole position to sign him and feel they are able to offer attractive terms to both the player and his agent, Jorge Mendes.

Juventus declined to comment when contacted by Reuters, while Real Madrid said: "Our official comments are made through our official media channels".

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And according to Sky Sports, Juventus have made the first move to sign the Portugal worldwide.

Spanish newspaper Marca suggested on Wednesday that Ronaldo is unhappy at Real because they are searching for a successor to him and president Florentino Perez has publicly courted Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar, urging the Brazilian a year ago to come to Madrid if he wants to win the prestigious Ballon d'Or award.

Real Madrid explained in a statement according to UK Mirror.

The Serie A champions are said to have tabled an £88m bid for the former Manchester United man, with Real are yet to accept or reject their proposal. He has not talked about his club future since joining Portugal for the World Cup. Sources close to the player have told ESPN multiple times in the months since that the player is still unhappy with Perez for not keeping a promise of a new contract, and that he's bothered that Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Paris Saint-Germain's Neymar both earn more.