The Portuguese star has come in for a ton analysis this week, after the Bianconeri were unloaded out of the UEFA Champions League at the last 16 phase briefly progressive season.
The Italian club are purportedly set to meet with Ronaldo to his future at the club, with player's agreement set to terminate toward the finish of next season.
Should Juventus settle on the choice to auction Ronaldo in the season, they would just to do it for an amazing €29illion to keep away from a capital misfortune, as indicated by Il Corriere dello Sport.
There have been reports that Paris Saint-Germain are excited about the Portugal's untouched top scorer, yet Juventus Chief Football Officer says there are no designs to offload the player.
"Luckily, there is as yet a year on Ronaldo's agreement, so we have the opportunity to converse with him. That is not a need at the present time," he said, according to Football Italia.
Since joining Juventus from Real Madrid in 2018, Ronaldo has won two Serie A titles while additionally contributing with 92 objectives in 121 appearances.
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