Premier League champions Manchester City have agreed a deal with Juventus to bring Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo to the club.
BBC Sports reports that Juve want between 25-30m euros (£21-25m) for Ronaldo, with City set to offer him a two-year deal.
Ronaldo, 36, is said to be demanding £510,000-a-week to join Pep Guardiola’s side, which would comfortably make him the club’s highest earner.
But it is understood that the Etihad outfit are only willing to pay him £230,000 per week.
Man City have been drawn in Group A of the Uefa Champions League alongside Paris St-Germain, and a move for Ronaldo will see him square off against old foe Lionel Messi who recently completed a switch to the French capital.