Being treated unfairly, Ronaldo decided to sue the European giant to the end

Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport reported that superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and his lawyer are preparing to file a lawsuit against his former club Juventus. The reason is because this club did not pay him his salary of 19.9 million Euros during the CоVID pаndemic.

After leaving the club to return to Man Utd in the summer of 2021 , Ronaldo let Juventus arrange his finances and pay him on time but received no response. More than 2 years have passed, CR7 has now run out of patience and decided to ask the law to intervene to reclaim his rights.

According to the Italian newspaper, Ronaldo spoke with the Turin Prosecutor’s Office about the specific situation before deciding to sue the Serie A giants in court. Previously, another former Juventus star, Paulo Dybala, who was a substitute for CR7, also had the same problem. He also talked to this agency and was later returned 3 million euros in salary by the Bianconeri.

cristiano-ronaldo-kien-juventus-1694859643.jpgRonaldo decided to take his former club Juventus to court to reclaim his owed salary from 2021 (photo: Getty)

This makes CR7 feel even more unfair that the 38-year-old superstar is being treated unfairly. Therefore, he and his lawyer decided to be even more determined to “live comfortably” to the end in the legal bаttle with Juventus.

It is known that during the CоVID pаndemic, the economic damage forced Juventus to adjust its salary payment plan. Initially, the club proposed to postpone salary payments to all first team players at that time.

Ronaldo et al and the rule of law | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News — Opinion — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

The second solution is for the club to negotiate directly with a number of specific players to do the same thing. Juventus, through the players’ representatives, including Ronaldo, asked for late salary payments and divided them into several installments to reduce financial pressure.

Does the law move slowly for Cristiano Ronaldo? | Football News | Sky Sports

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, documentary evidence shows that there was an agreement between the two sides, but to date Juventus has not yet paid Ronaldo’s outstanding salary.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *