Cristiano Ronaldo is headed to Torino.

Real Madrid confirms that the club has agreed to a fee with Juventus for the sale of the Portugal superstar and a completed deal could be announced as soon as later Tuesday.

The fee is believed to be in the neighbourhood of £105 million.

"Today Real Madrid wants to express its gratitude to a player who has proved to be the best in the world and who has marked one of the most brilliant times in the history of our club and world football," Real said in a statement. "Cristiano Ronaldo has been an example of dedication, work, responsibility, talent and improvement."
ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti reported earlier on Tuesday that Juve president Andrea Agnelli had travelled to Greece to meet with Ronaldo.

Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport first reported that Agnelli had taken a private jet from Pisa to the Greek city of Calamata on Tuesday, where Ronaldo is spending his postseason break, and a source has confirmed to ESPN FC that the Juventus boss has made the trip to meet Ronaldo, 33, to finalize the deal.

Gazetta dello Sport reported on July 4 that Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri spoke with Ronaldo over the phone on Friday.

Ronaldo, who has spent the last nine seasons with Real Madrid, had one of his best at the Bernabeu in 2018. The team's all-time leading scorer added 44 goals in all appearances en route to a record fifth Champions League title and fourth with Real.

Speculation that Ronaldo was on his way out of Madrid began just moments after the 3-1 Champions League final victory over Liverpool on May 26, when he spoke about his time at the club in the past tense, saying, "It has been very nice being at Real Madrid."

Three days later, a source close to Ronaldo told ESPN FC that all options were on the table regarding his future, before subsequently insisting that he was not considering a move out of Europe.

Ronaldo's Real contract was set to run through the next three seasons at €21 million ($24.6 million USD) per year.

A four-time Ballon d'Or winner, Ronaldo has won five league titles (two with Real and three with Manchester United) and five Champions League crowns (four, including the three straight with Real, and one with the Red Devils).