Juventus might allow Cristiano Ronaldo to leave the club during next summer’s transfer window, according to a report.
Juventus are apparently thinking about unloading Cristiano Ronaldo during next summer’s transfer window.
The Portugal international joined Juve from Real Madrid in 2018 and has scored 68 times in 91 appearances for the Italian champions in all competitions, consisting of 3 in 2 trips this term.
Ronaldo, who is currently recuperating from coronavirus, has a contract with the Old Woman up until June 2022.
Nevertheless, according to TodoFichajes, the Serie A giants would be open to offering him at the end of the 2020-21 campaign in order to cut the club’s wage budget.
A recent report claimed that Juve are thinking about providing the Portuguese to Paris Saint-Germain as part of a EUR400m (₤ 360m) move for Kylian Mbappe, who might look for pastures new next summer.
Ronaldo, who will turn 36 in February, has won back-to-back Italian titles in Turin however has been not able to assist the club land the Champions League – a trophy that has avoided them since 1996.