Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly agreed personal terms with Premier League champions, Manchester City, ahead of a potential shocking transfer from Juventus.
According to The Independent, the 36-year-old has already spoken with Pep Guardiola and will earn upwards of £250,000-a-week, should City agree a fee with the Serie A giants.
UK Metro reports that Ronaldo’s agent, Jorge Mendes, flew to Turin on Thursday to hold crisis talks with Juventus chiefs over the future of his most high-profile and lucrative client.
It is reported that despite maintaining desire, in public, to keep Ronaldo this summer, reports suggests that they are desperate to get the former Real Madrid and Manchester United superstar off their wage bill.
Mendes, meanwhile, has sounded out Paris Saint-Germain about the potential of uniting Ronaldo with his long-time rival Lionel Messi, but City have emerged as the clear favourites to land the Portugal international.
With Harry Kane's deal off the table, City would be delighted to have the Portuguese who has an astonishing goal record across the Premier League, La Liga and the Serie A.
Meanwhile, UK Sun reports that City are reportedly ready to make an offer for Ronaldo but don't plan on paying Juventus a penny.
Instead, the Manchester club allegedly want to give all the cash to Ronaldo, by attempting to lure the 36-year-old with £26million over two years, according to respected Italian journalist .
But Juventus are likely to be in City's way because the Turin outfit want £25m for the Portuguese forward, whose contract ends next summer.