Juventus could cut its losses now and sell Cristiano Ronaldo for as little as £60m amid the coronavirus pandemic, in order to balance its books.
The outbreak of the disease has seen the Serie A postponed, and the £496,000-a-week player might be used as the sacrificial lamb.
According to Italian outlet Il Messagero, Maurizio Sarri's side will struggle to sustain Ronaldo's costs with a lack of matchday revenue, and as a result, the Serie A champions could be at risk of losing him for a reduced fee.
The report also adds that Ronaldo's £27m-a-year earnings would be a major roadblock in his potential search for a new club, although it has been suggested that Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and former club Manchester United could all be viable destinations.
Ronaldo's current deal with Juve is set to expire in 2022, and he has chalked up 53 goals in 75 appearances for Sarri's side since arriving from Real Madrid.