The massive numbers behind Ronaldo's new Juventus contract

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Many thought it was just another bonkers transfer rumour, but oh how wrong they were - Cristiano Ronaldo is officially a Juventus player.

Watching the Portuguese master in anything other than a Real Madrid shirt is going to take a lot of getting used to but what a deal Juventus have got themselves.

After nine glorious years in Madrid, Ronaldo has moved to Turin for just £105 million. While that is still a lot of money, when you consider the ilk of player that Juve are getting, that might just be the bargain of the century.

Ronaldo scored a staggering - wait for it - 451 goals in just 438 games while playing in the famous white shirt of Madrid.

Those kinds of statistics are beyond description and the 5 times Champions League is going to be impossible to replace.

Now, we all want to know what kind of monumental deal it took to convince Ronaldo that it was time to move on, and you won’t be disappointed.

The numbers behind Ronaldo’s contract with the Italian champions are as mind-boggling as you would expect.

In fact, it is rather hard to believe salaries go that high.

Ronaldo will be earning £510,483 per week - only.


Break that figure down and it becomes more clear just how astronomical it is.

Ron’s four-year deal equates to a total of £106,180,616 .

That’s £26,545,154 a year.

£2,212,096 a month.

£510,483 (€576,923) a week.

£72,925 (€82,417) a day.

£3,038 (€3,434) an hour.

£50.64 (€57.23) a minute.

84p (€0.95) a second.

In other words, Ronaldo could take a two-hour nap and still earn £6, 076.

No doubt he will be laughing all the way to the bank after signing on the dotted line but a new challenge faces the five-time Balon d'Or winner.

Prove he can be just as effective in Italy, and he might just over take Messi in the greatest player of all time debate.

84p a second - madness.

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