Cristiano Ronaldo will soon decide his future at Juventus, but according to reports in Italy, the Old Lady have not yet received official bids for the Portuguese star.
Ronaldo has one year remaining in his contract at the Allianz Stadium, but several reports in Italy suggest he could leave Juventus in the summer after three seasons at the club.
The former Real Madrid and Manchester United star said he would decide his future after the Euros, and now that his Portugal side has been eliminated from the competition, the time to make a decision has come.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the player’s agent Jorge Mendes will soon meet the Old Lady to discuss his client’s future.
— La Gazzetta dello Sport (@Gazzetta_it) June 29, 2021
Mendes was in Milan a couple of weeks ago and met representatives from many Serie A clubs, except Juventus.
As it stands, PSG, Manchester United and Real Madrid seem the only clubs that can afford to sign Ronaldo, although the Bianconeri have not yet received official bids.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Ronaldo would need to lower his €31m-a-year wages to leave Turin with a year remaining in his contract.
Juventus are open to selling him for at least €29m and if Ronaldo stays until June 2022, he’d cost the club €87m between wages and amortisation.