Juventus are accessing the future of star man, Cristiano Ronaldo, following the coronavirus pandemic according to reports from Italy.
There a feeling that the Serie A giants who have already ordered their players to take a pay cut may allow the Portugal captain to leave so as to balance their books.
Each player in the team has agreed to take a 12.5 per cent pay cut so as to save €90m from the club’s budget though there is a feeling that the money might not be enough.
Reports from Il Messagero say that the Bianconeri would reportedly ask any club wanting to sign the Ballon d’Or winner to stump up €70m as they look to offload players on higher salaries.
Selling Ronaldo would mean that Juventus would no longer have to pay his extraordinary €31m per year salary with cheaper options available in the market for a player who is at the twilight of his career.
Already, Ronaldo is being linked with a move away with reports last week suggesting that Manchester United might be willing to take back the Portuguese to boost their global sales.
A move to America’s Major Soccer League has also been muted with David Beckham’s Inter Miami is one of those clubs said to be interested in his services.