Due to the financial problems caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, Juventus may sell Cristiano Ronaldo, writes Il Messaggero.

Reportedly, it is unlikely Bianconeri will again pay the 35-year-old Portuguese player the salary he had set before the season’s renewal.

Under the current contract, Ronaldo makes € 31 million a year at Juventus.

According to the latest reports, one of the options being considered by the “old lady” is to sell the player and be ready to consider at least $ 70 million offers.

Also, according to the edition mentioned above, it is not excluded that Ronaldo will end his current contract and stay on the team until June 2022.

As you know, Ronaldo moved to Juve in the summer of 2018 from Real Madrid for $ 117 million. Cristiano has made 32 appearances this season, scoring 25 goals and making 4 assists.


The journalist has named Ronaldo’s next club


In 2018, after winning another Champions League, world football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid to play for Juventus. As you may know, he has signed a contract with Bianconeri until 2022.

However, journalist Fabio Santini insists the Portuguese star is considering leaving Turin.

“We can say the rumors are real. Cristiano is seriously considering leaving Italy, and his next club could be PSG. He may take Neymar’s place.” – The Italian journalist said.


The Future of Other Juve Stars – Who Extends the Contract and Who Doesn’t


A summer transfer window, which may not even take place in the summer, will be very interesting for many reasons. No less interesting is how events unfold around Juventus.

Significant changes are expected at the club. The famous Italian edition, TuttoSport, gives the names and surnames of the players who will extend their contract with Juve or leave Turin.

According to the source, it is virtually decided that Paulo DiBala will remain in the team. Bianconeri will sign a new contract with the latter.

Most likely, Gonzalo Higuain will leave the team. The future of Douglas Costa and Federico Bernardeschi is still uncertain.