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Report: Cristiano Ronaldo set to meet with magistrates in Turin in March

Max Statman



Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the world’s most renowned football players, is reportedly set to meet with magistrates in Turin, Italy in March. The purpose of this meeting, according to the newspaper Libero, is for Ronaldo to confirm his innocence in relation to an agreement made regarding his engagement with Juventus, the Italian soccer club he played for from 2018 to 2021.

In addition to clearing his name, Ronaldo is also said to be using this opportunity to exert pressure on Juventus to pay him the 20 million euros that he claims they owe him, per agreements made at the time of signing his contract with the club.


Ronaldo’s transfer to Juventus in 2018 was met with great excitement from fans and the media alike. He had just come off a successful stint with Real Madrid, where he had won four Champions League titles and four Ballon d’Or awards for best player in the world. His move to Juventus was seen as a major coup for the club, and many believed he would help lead them to more success in the years to come.

During his time at Juventus, Ronaldo did not disappoint. He scored an impressive goals and won two Serie A titles with the team. However, despite his individual success, the team as a whole did not perform as well as many had hoped, and they failed to win the Champions League during his tenure.

It is not yet known exactly what the agreement in question is and what role Ronaldo is alleged to have played in it. However, it is clear that the Portuguese star is determined to clear his name and secure the money he believes he is owed. Whether or not he is successful in these endeavours remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure: the eyes of the soccer world will be on Turin come March, when Ronaldo meets with the magistrates.


I am seasoned senior correspondent at Forza Juventus, where I specialize in providing in-depth coverage of transfer news, insightful analysis, and everything related to the world of Juventus.

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