The Italian monsters are preparing themselves for existence without the 36-year-old star
Juve have neglected to move beyond the last eight in the Champions League with Ronaldo
Ronaldo's £28m-per-year wage is a colossal use for the Italian monsters
Paris Saint-Germain are intrigued, while a staggering re-visitation of Madrid is conceivable
Juventus are purportedly set up to acknowledge just £25million for Cristiano Ronaldo with the Italian monsters preparing themselves for existence without the genius following their most recent Champions League exit.
Ronaldo, 36, joined the all-vanquishing Italians from Real Madrid in 2018, with Old Lady bosses confident that the Portuguese could assist them with securing a tricky Champions League title.
Nonetheless, Juve's exhibitions in European football's chief rivalry have drastically drooped since Ronaldo's appearance, with the Italians neglecting to progress past the quarter-finals in every one of the last three seasons.
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