Cristiano Ronaldo's time at Juventus might be coming to an end sooner than many expected. Here is the latest on the former Real Madrid forward's future!
It was recently claimed that Ronaldo could leave the Bianconeri when his contract ends in 2022, but a new report suggests differently.
According to Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo, Juventus could entertain the idea of selling the 35-year-old at the end of the current campaign.
A recent rumour stated that Ronaldo is not interested in extending his stay in Italy beyond his current deal, which could force Juve into attempting to recoup some of what they paid for him in 2018.
The Italian giants' stance on the matter might have been completely different were it not for the coronavirus outbreak, which has put the club, and many other teams around the world, in a tough economic position.
Ronaldo has been strongly linked with Paris Saint-Germain in recent seasons, and has often received praise from the French giants' president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.
The Portugal captain, who will turn 36 years old early next year, appears to be determined to stick around at the highest level for a while longer, and reportedly does not want to play in China or in the United States of America just yet.
Ronaldo has scored 71 goals and assisted a further 19 strikes in 94 matches for Juve to date.
Click through the gallery below to see where Ronaldo ranks among the best-paid players in Serie A!