Italian second division side Juventus have
made an offer to recruit Real Madrid's out-of-favour Brazilian striker
Juventus want to sign Ronaldo for next season in the expectation of
rejoining the top flight having being relegated after the summer's
match-fixing scandal, radio station Cadena Ser reported on its internet
The report added that the world-wide sports company which sponsors
Ronaldo and Juventus would be willing to pay a portion of the transfer
Ronaldo, who is not in the future plans of Real Madrid coach Fabio
Capello, has already played in Italy -- for Inter Milan between 1997 and
Wealthy Saudi Arabia side Al Ittihad also want to sign Ronaldo and made
a 20-million-euro bid for the 2002 World Cup winner, the Spanish press
reported on Wednesday.
Real president Ramon Calderon said: "For the moment there is nothing
concrete on the possible departure of Ronaldo to another club.
Negotiations are taking place but there is still time from now till
January 31 (last day of the winter transfer window)."