Business Insider reports that shares of Italy's most successful, best-known soccer team, Juventus, have surged on Tuesday. This after it was reported that the side is close to signing Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo for 100 million euros, equal to about $117 million dollars. Spanish news outlet La Sexta reported earlier that a deal for Ronaldo is now almost done. Sky News said that Juventus' president, Andrea Agnelli, has flown to the Greek island of Kalamata to hold talks with the star.

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