According to Spanish paper Diario AS, if Cristiano Ronaldo does leave Juventus, he is likely to join PSG or Real Madrid, potentially exchanging with Mauro Icardi and Moise Kean.
The Bianconeri are prepared to sell for just €25m, as that is the minimum figure they can sell for and not make a loss.
Should Juve not qualify for the Champions League, it’s safe to say CR7 would certainly want to go elsewhere.
The issue is finding a club prepared to shoulder the 36-year-old’s massive wages.
Diario AS, as reported by Football Espana, maintain the most likely options are Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.
If he were to go to PSG, then there could be some exchange deals in place with ex-Juve striker Kean or long-term Bianconeri transfer target Icardi.
The latter is more likely, as Icardi has fallen down the pecking order in Paris after his move from Inter and has never disguised his desire to play for Juventus.
Kean is still owned by Everton, but PSG could negotiate an option to buy.
It’d be a return to Turin, as the Italy international is from the town and grew up in Juve’s youth academy.