Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly decide his future before the end of the current campaign, to help the Old Lady plan for the summer.
The Portugal international returns to Juventus’ fight for a place in the Champions League, to win the Coppa Italia and to end first in the Capocannoniere battle.
Meanwhile, he will also announce his intentions to President Andrea Agnelli and sporting director Fabio Paratici.
Tuttosport reports it will happen before May, because the club want to start planning for the upcoming transfer market and must know the future of their talisman.
With the potential transfer fee and without Ronaldo’s salary, the possibilities on the market will change significantly for the Old Lady, but the report claims it’s more likely to see the 36-year-old continue at the Allianz Stadium.
Juventus seem set to keep Ronaldo for one more season, until his contract expires in June 2022, and the newspaper claims the former Real Madrid and Manchester United star seems more than willing to stay.
The report also claims it will be difficult for the clubs linked with Ronaldo – Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United – to sign the Portuguese superstar due to the coronavirus crisis.