The future of Cristiano Ronaldo remains up in the air and according to multiple reports, Juventus transfer strategies depend on what the Portuguese striker will decide.
Ronaldo has one year left in his contract with the Bianconeri and both PSG and Manchester United are reportedly considering a bid to sign the former Real Madrid star.
However, Ronaldo’s €31m-a-year wages have prevented both clubs from making an official bid for the striker, who will decide his future after the Euros.
Both Sky Sport Italia and Calciomercato.com report Juventus’ transfer strategies depend on the future of the 36-year-old.
The Serie A giants are open to selling Ronaldo, but need at least €29m to make a profit.
The club’s transfer budget for the summer depends on the future of Ronaldo with the Old Lady who can cash in from his sale and save €68.4m on his salary.
Ronaldo joined Juventus in a €112m move from Real Madrid in 2018 and scored 101 goals in 133 games in a Bianconeri shirt.
He will start in Portugal’s second Euro 2020 group stage game against Germany today.
— calciomercato.com (@cmdotcom) June 18, 2021