Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly giving consideration to leaving Juventus at the end of this season.
Ronaldo penned a four-year contract with the Italian giants when departing Real Madrid in 2018, and the Portuguese superstar was signed in order to boost the team’s chances in the Champions League. The former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward has had a tricky season in the capital city of Piedmont region and appears to have an unfriendly relationship with Juve coach Maurizio Sarri.
Reports claim Ronaldo has an offer from Ligue 1 champions, PSG, who want to partner him to the French wunderkind, Kylian Mbappe. He has also received a proposal from former club United and the 35-year-old wants to restore the glory days at the Theater of Dreams, though it depends on their Champions League qualification.
Speaking on the television programme ‘Chiringuito De Jugones’, Spanish journalist Eduardo Inda said: “Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Juventus at the end of the current season if they do not win the Champions League. He went to Turin to try and win the Champions League with a third different club but things are getting complicated.
“Juventus want to sign Pogba and Mbappe. I think it is going to be difficult for them, especially the second one. Due to the salary limits, if they want to sign these players they would have to allow for Ronaldo’s exit from the club so it is becoming a very likely outcome.”