Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract with the Bianconeri expires next year, and there have been faint rumors linking him with a move away from Turin. Despite turning 36 years old recently, Ronaldo rarely shows that he’s already in the late stages of his career whenever he steps into the field of play.
If not the most, at least Cristiano Ronaldo shows that he’s one of the deadliest attackers in the world of football with his 23 goals in 24 games across all competitions this season.
Although Ronaldo’s contract with Juventus is set to expire soon, the Italian giants are very well aware of his importance in the team and are unwilling to part ways with him when his contract runs out in the summer of next year.
As a result, it is very high on the priority list for the Old Lady, who has a number of players running out of contract, to hand the world’s highest goalscorer a contract extension beyond June 2022.
Meanwhile, according to Il Messaggero, via Juvefc, the Portuguese superstar’s hefty wages remains a stumbling block. Ronaldo’s salary of €31 million-a-season is absolutely out of reach for Juventus in the current situation of the financial crisis.
However, Ronaldo will definitely be offered a new contract with lowered wages, but it remains to be seen whether the superstar would be open to accepting that offer.