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FC's Italian football correspondent Gabriele Marcotti said his discussions with sources from both clubs indicate Ronaldo will make his decision known within 48 hours.

There are multiple reports from Spain, Portugal and Italy that a deal is done for €100m, for the33 year-old, five-time Ballon d'Or victor to move to Turin.

Former Bianconeri CEO Luciano Moggi went as far as claiming that Ronaldo has "already signed" and is merely waiting on the formalities of the deal to be completed.

Ronaldo is Real Madrid's all-time leading scorer with 450 goals to his name.

As reported earlier, Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo may move to Juventus.

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Perez needs to make a statement of intent as Ronaldo's departure looks set to mark a relatively disappointing period for the club, during which they fell well short in the La Liga title race and they were caught on the hop by Zinedine Zidane's surprise resignation as manager following their Champions League success.

"If this happens it will simply be a new stage, a new challenge in his brilliant career", Mendes said in Portuguese newspaper Record.

New Juventus signing Emre Can was asked about the possibility of playing with the five time World Player of the Year during his presentation to the Turin club on Monday.

He declared: "If this transfer were to materialise, I'd be happy for the club and the fans".

"I think a few changes are needed to improve Serie A. It is not as good as it was 15 or 20 years ago". As much as people can say what they want about Cristiano, he has been a player who has left a tremendous mark on Madrid and the Spanish league as well.

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