Juventus: Cristiano Ronaldo’s Salary Revealed

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo is the most generously compensated player in Serie A. According to a well placed report, he earns 3 times more than any other player in Italy’s best flight.

The Portuguese star has been the center of splashy arguments in Italy since his €100 million move to the Bianconeri in the ongoing transfer window.

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Juventus have a winning record after their initial 3 matches of the season, with Ronaldo yet to score for his new team, and has only pulled in criticism for his inability to net the ball.

Notwithstanding his inability to score in the starting games so far, it does not shock anyone that Cristiano Ronaldo is at the top with regards to earnings, yet the wage hole between the Juventus star and the rest of Serie A players is very surprising.

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Wages of all Serie A players were uncovered by the Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, with the 33-year-old bringing home much more than any of his colleagues or opponents.

Ronaldo is procuring an unbelievable €31 million per season in Turin and is on a 4 year contract with the ruling champions of Serie A.

The pay difference between the 5 time Ballon d’Or and Champions League victor is in excess of three times the amount of any other player in the Italian league.

The 2nd best paid in Serie A is Gonzalo Higuain, who left Juventus for AC Milan after Ronaldo landed in Turin. He is currently earning around €9.5 million per season.

After Higuain, it is Argentine forward and Juventus star Paulo Dybala on €7 million with Miralem Pjanic not a long way behind on €6.5 million.

Obviously, Juventus’ wage spending plan is far more prominent than some other teams in the division. As of now, on player pay rates alone, the Italian goliaths are spending €219 million per season, while AC Milan are 2nd as they give out €140 million every year.

On the 3rd place are AS Roma, with their investing figures amounting to €116 million and €100 million respectively. Meanwhile, the lowest disbursing team in Serie A is none other than Empoli with costs of just €16 million per season.

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