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Juventus to pay Manchester United £1 million after Cristiano Ronaldo move

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Juventus to pay Manchester United £1 million after Cristiano Ronaldo move

Manchester United are set to receive a windfall in the region of £1 million as part of the deal which saw Cristiano Ronaldo join Juventus from Real Madrid last summer.

Juve will pay United approximately £850,000 next summer after recently revealing their financial records for the season.

According to The Sun, the fee has been categorized as a ‘solidarity payment’, but no further details have been given regarding the specifics behind the sum.

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A solidarity payment is normally awarded to a club as a one-off payment as compensation following the sale of a player under the age of 23.

However, Juve’s record state this is the second of two installments, meaning United will have received closes to £2 million from the Bianconeri.

Ronaldo was also 24 at the time of his move to the Bernabeu, ruling out the possibility of the payment being for compensation purposes.

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