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Cristiano Ronaldo’s Price Tag Reportedly Revealed As Juventus Prepare To Axe Portuguese Superstar

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Price Tag Reportedly Revealed As Juventus Prepare To Axe Portuguese Superstar

Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with Paris Saint-Germain after his side's Champions League exit at the hands of Lyon.

Adnan Riaz

Adnan Riaz

Cristiano Ronaldo could be snapped up for a bargain fee of £54m this summer as Juventus are prepared to build for a future without the Portugal captain.

The 35-year-old Portuguese superstar has been in superb form ever since he left Real Madrid in a stunning £99.2m deal in 2018.

But Ronaldo's future in Turin has been in doubt after Juventus crashed out of the Champions League round-of-16 stage earlier this month.

According to reports in Italy, Juventus no longer see the ex-Madrid and Manchester United star as 'non-transferable.'

TuttoMercatoWeb reports that new Juve boss Andrea Pirlo could be ready to offload Ronaldo and free up his wages as he prepares for a squad overhaul.

According to the publication, the Old Lady would not be willing to let the five-time Ballon d'Or winner leave for less than £54m (€60m).


Ronaldo, whose contract expires in 2022, has been linked with both Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona.

Pirlo was initially appointed as manager of Juventus U23, but he was later promoted to the senior team's head coach role after the sacking of Maurizio Sarri.

The 41-year-old AC Milan legend revealed last month that he had turned down offers from Premier League teams in order to become Juve U23 head coach.


"I have had many coaches, everyone has taught me a lot: [Carlo] Ancelotti, [Marcelo] Lippi, [Antonio] Conte and [Massimiliano] Allegri -- but I think everyone has to go their own way," Pirlo said at the time.

"My team will have to play well, it will always have to play to win. I hated many things as a footballer, and I don't want to see them as a coach.

"[Pep] Guardiola and [Zinedine] Zidane? Everyone would like to imitate their paths, but you must deserve it.

"I also had proposals from other Serie A and Premier League teams, but I felt this was the right path to start my coaching career."

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