Juventus are considering dropping Cristiano Ronaldo in next summer’s transfer window.
Ronaldo, who is currently recovering from coronavirus, has a contract with the Old Lady until June 2022.
Cristiano Ronaldo joined Juve from Real Madrid in 2018 and has scored 68 times in 91 appearances for the Italian champions in all competitions, including three in two outings this term.
According to TodoFichajes, the Serie A giants would be open to selling him at the end of the 2020-21 campaign in order to trim the club’s wage budget.
A recent report claimed that Juve are considering offering the Portuguese to Paris Saint-Germain as part of a €400m (£360m) move for Kylian Mbappe, who could seek pastures new next summer.
The Frenchman has quickly emerged into one of the very best players in the world during his time with Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain.
But there’s a feeling that he will never be truly appreciated until he leaves Ligue 1 for a more competitive league.
In the shape of Mbappe, Juventus will have a player who is already frightening at the age of 21 and will only get better.
Whether the deal materializes, though, remains to be seen. If it does, it would easily be the most sensational transfer of all time.
Ronaldo, who will turn 36 in February, has won back-to-back Italian titles in Turin but has been unable to help the club land the Champions League – a trophy that has eluded them since 1996.