/Cristiano Ronaldo’s rumored $150 million move to Italy’s biggest soccer club sends shares surging

Cristiano Ronaldo’s rumored $150 million move to Italy’s biggest soccer club sends shares surging

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A news story in O Jogo, a newspaper in Ronaldo’s native Portugal, said on Wednesday that Juventus has bid around €100 million ($117 million) for the forward.
News of the possible move has sent shares of the Italian football club up by more than 7%.

Shares in Italy’s most famous and most successful soccer team, Juventus, have jumped after rumors emerged that Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo could make a summer move to Italy.

A news story in O Jogo, a newspaper in Ronaldo’s native Portugal, said on Wednesday that Juventus has bid around €100 million ($117 million) for the forward, and that Spain’s Real Madrid is now considering whether or not to accept the offer.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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