Serie A giants Juventus are keen to extend Cristiano Ronaldo's contract for another two years according to reports from Tuttosport.
The new deal would mean the forward will be in Turin beyond his 39th birthday with his current deal slated to end in June 2022.
Ronaldo penned a four-year deal worth £500,00-a-week for Juventus in 2018 and has become a key performer for the club with the club said to be keen on his experience as they seek to win the Champions League.
Despite being 35, Ronaldo has continued with his goal-scoring streak in Italy where he has scored 25 goals in 32 appearances this season across all competitions, including 21 in 22 Serie A games.
Apart from Ronaldo, Tuttosport further reports that Juve has a plan to recruit a frontman to feature alongside Ronaldo.
It is a long term plan in their aim to find a long term replacement for Ronaldo who is expected to wane by age with other reports indicating that he might head to the USA’s Major League Soccer before he calls it a day.
The team is already being linked with players with Manchester City’ Gabriel Jesus and Spurs’ Harry Kane all on their radar.