Court Orders Juventus to Pay Cristiano Ronaldo €10 Million Unpaid Wages

Cristiano Ronaldo

An arbitration court recently ruled that Juventus must pay former striker Cristiano Ronaldo roughly €9.8 million ($10.46m) in unpaid wages. Juventus confirmed on Wednesday that they’re reviewing the decision.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who now plays for Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, claimed he was owed about €19.5m ($20.81m) from Juventus, stemming from a pay cut agreed upon during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The arbitration tribunal determined that Juventus must pay half of the amount requested by the 39-year-old.

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“The arbitration board … ascertained the validity of [Ronaldo’s] compensation reduction agreement in relation to the 2020/21 sporting season,” Juventus said in a statement.

Ronaldo joined Juventus in August 2018 and contributed to the club’s success, securing two consecutive Serie A titles, an Italian Cup, and two Super Cups, before departing Italy to rejoin Manchester United in 2021.

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