- Cristiano Ronaldo arrived in Turin in 2018 after Juventus signed him for a massive £105 million
- The Portuguese star is paid £540,000 weekly at the Italian club
- Reports have it that there seems to be an in-fighting as the former Real Madrid star earns far more than others
Cristiano Ronaldo earns a massive weekly wage of £540,000 and has just won the Serie A with Italian giants Juventus, but the Old Lady remain without a Champions League title in 24 years.
In an attempt to win the elusive European title, the club dished out a massive £105 million transfer fee in 2018 to sign Ronaldo from La Liga side Real Madrid.
Latest reports have it that there is rancour within the Juve camp as players murmur that the Portuguese star gets almost four times of what the next highest earner is paid.
La Gazzetta dello Sport, via Marca, report that Matthijs de Ligt is the next highest earner at the Allianz Stadium as he is being paid £138,000 a week.
Gonzalo Higuain and Miralem Pjanic both earn £130,000 a week, ahead of £127,000 a week striker Paulo Dybala.
Below are details of players’ annual earnings at Juventus as reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport:
1. Cristiano Ronaldo: £28m
2. Matthijs de Ligt: £7.2m
3. Gonzalo Higuaín: £6.8m
4. Miralem Pjanic: £6.8m
5. Paulo Dybala: £6.6m
6. Aaron Ramsey: £6.3m
7. Adrien Rabiot: £6.3m
8. Leonardo Bonucci: £5.9m
9. Wojciech Szczesny: £5.9m
10. Douglas Costa: £5.4m
11. Sami Khedira: £5.4m
12. Alex Sandro: £4.5m
13. Juan Cuadrado: £4.5m
14. Federico Bernardeschi: £3.6m
15. Danilo: £3.6m
16. Giorgio Chiellini: £3.15m
17. Blaise Matuidi:£3.15m
18. Daniele Rugani: £2.7m
19. Mattia Di Sciglio: £2.7m
20. Rodrigo Bentancur: £2.25m
21. Gianluigi Buffon: £1.35m
Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo who just won the Italia Serie with Juventus has splashed £8.5million (about N4billion) to purchase the 2020 limited edition of the Bugatti Centodieci.
There has been speculation about the player’s intent to buy the posh ride, and the mega purchase has now been confirmed following his second Scudetto triumph.
Italian outlet Tuttosport reported that the 35-year-old who has officially paid for the ride will have to wait until 2021 before he can take the delivery of the new car.
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