Cristiano Ronaldo’s representatives have reportedly contacted Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid amid doubts about his future at Juventus.
The 36-year-old star has only one year left on his current Old Lady deal and is believed to be in talks with the club for a possible renewal.
However, ESPN claims that its representatives are still in talks with some of Europe’s top clubs, including former teams United and Real.
The Portugal captain scored 36 goals in 44 games last season, but was unable to inspire Juventus in another Serie A title, with Andrea Pirlo’s men making it into the top four in the final round.
As a result, Ronaldo is known to be considering his future in Turin this summer and is therefore interested in moving to United, PSG or Real Madrid.
His representatives have held talks with Massimiliano Allegri, who has returned at the head of the team, after the dismissal of Pirlo, who is planning to reorganize the team.
A decision on Ronaldo’s future will not be made until after Euro 2020, where he will try together with his teammates to defend the title, won at Euro 2016.
However, any departure from Juventus could be difficult due to his me 510,000-a-week salary.
The pandemic has damaged club finances across the globe, meaning that only a handful of teams are likely to be able to afford that salary.