Court Orders Juventus To Pay £8.3m Wage Owed Ronaldo

Court Orders Juventus To Pay £8.3m Wage Owed Ronaldo

Orders To Pay £8.3m Wage Owed Ronaldo


An Italian court has ordered Juventus to pay £8.3m wages owed the player.

Ronaldo, 39, agreed to defer wages when in Italy was halted by the COVID-19 pandemic in the 2020-21 season.

The Portuguese had claimed he was owed more than £17m by his former .

The Court of Arbitration said the club should pay what the player would have received after tax and other deductions.

Ronaldo spent three seasons in Italy with Juventus between 2018 and 2021, helping them win two titles.

He left for his second spell with and after 16 months at Old Trafford, joined Saudi club – Al-Nassr.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner – awarded to the 's best player – was ranked by American magazine Forbes as the world's highest-paid sportsman in 2023, with earnings of £109m.

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