Report: Juve Sets Selling Price For Cristiano Ronaldo This Summer

Report: Juve Sets Selling Price For Cristiano Ronaldo This Summer

The latest news reaching us now is that Juventus has set the selling price for Cristiano Ronaldo this summer. More and more reports now continue to hint that the Bianconeri could consider selling the five-time Ballon d’Or winner at the end of the current season.

If reports are to be believed, Juventus might be ready to cut their losses and move on from Cristiano Ronaldo. Since the Italian giants were eliminated from the Champions League by Porto earlier this week, speculations have grown regarding Ronaldo’s future at Allianz Stadium.

There is also a news flash that reported about Ronaldo supposedly making ‘contact’ with David Beckham regarding a potential move to Inter Miami.

Furthermore, we just reported that PSG is considering Ronaldo alongside as a possible replacement for Kylian Mbappe, should the youngster decide to leave the French capital.

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According to the Italian outlet Sport Mediaset, Juve might be willing to cut their losses and sell Cristiano Ronaldo for just €60m.

Journalist Nicolo Schira, in a similar report, also claimed that Juventus will consider selling Ronaldo at the end of the season, while the 36-year-old’s contract is valid till 2022. Meanwhile, the reason is simply that “his salary is too high”

Cristiano Ronaldo joined the Italian giants in the summer of 2018 from Real Madrid. The transfer amounted to €112 million, which was a record for the Italian league. With Juve, he has won the national championship and the national Super Cup twice.

Moreover, the main disappointment came on the continental front, where Juventus has been knocked out three times before reaching the semifinals since the Portuguese arrived!

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